Australia batsman David Warner was stood down from today's Champions Trophy match against New Zealand after being involved in a “physical altercation with an England player”.
Here, we take a look back at what has been an unsettling fortnight for the Australian cricket team.
May 20: It is announced that Australia batsman David Warner will face a disciplinary hearing in relation to a heated argument he had with a journalist on Twitter in which he claimed "all you do is talk s***" and called another reporter a "p***k".
May 22: Warner is hit with the maximum fine available of 5,750 Australian dollars (£3,700) after pleading guilty to breaching the Cricket Australia Code of Behaviour for the Twitter rant.
May 23: Warner apologises for his Twitter outburst.
June 1: Shane Watson scores a sparkling century as Australia beat the West Indies by four wickets in a Champions Trophy warm-up match in Cardiff.
June 4: Australia suffer a crushing 243-run defeat by India in their final Champions Trophy warm-up game in Cardiff.
June 5: Captain Michael Clarke leaves the team's training camp to undergo treatment on a long-standing back problem in London, with Australia physiotherapist Alex Kountouris admitting he was "in a race against time" to be fit to play England at Edgbaston.
June 7: Clarke is ruled out of the ICC Champions Trophy clash with England due to a lower back injury.
June 8: England beat Australia by 48 runs in their opening Champions Trophy Group A game at Edgbaston.
June 11: Clarke is ruled out of the Champions Trophy clash with New Zealand due to his ongoing back injury.
June 12: Cricket Australia confirm that Warner has been stood down from the Champions Trophy match against New Zealand for being involved in a "physical altercation with an England player" in the early hours of Sunday morning following the match between the teams in Birmingham.