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    Fast bowler James Pattinson is out of the first test against Pakistan after receiving a one-game suspension from Cricket Australia for a code of conduct breach during Victoria's Sheffield Shield loss to Queensland

    Fast bowler James Pattinson is out of the first test against Pakistan after receiving a one-game suspension from Cricket Australia for a code of conduct breach during Victoria's Sheffield Shield loss to Queensland


    He's been found guilty of a level two breach of CA's code of conduct for personal abuse of a player.

    The charge was driven by the umpires who felt that Pattinson overstepped the mark with his language towards a Queensland player.

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