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In-form Australia opener David Warner fell in spectacular fashion on the stroke of tea on the first day of the first test on Thursday as a weakened New Zealand pace attack fought back in a Perth Stadium furnace.
Warner, fresh off his unbeaten 335 against Pakistan in Adelaide, had threatened to bat through the first session of the day-nighter but was brilliantly dismissed for 43 by quick Neil Wagner, who plucked a sharp return catch in his follow through.
Australia, who won the toss and elected to bat, reached the break on 76 for 2 with Marnus Labuschagne unbeaten on 15 and former captain Steve Smith yet to score.
While the hosts were unchanged, New Zealand were dealt a major blow when spearhead Trent Boult failed to overcome a side strain and the shorthanded attack struggled in his absence for the majority of the session.
The tourists failed to probe until opener Joe Burns was trapped lbw for 9 by Colin de Grandhomme on the stroke of the drinks break. TV replays showed the ball missing leg stump but Burns elected not to review.
De Grandhomme, New Zealand's workhorse all-rounder, returned to the lineup after overcoming an abdominal injury.
Debutant quick Lockie Ferguson was expensive with his first four overs, leaking 26 runs and sending one wild bouncer sailing over wicketkeeper BJ Watling to the boundary.
New Zealand, who have only won one test in Australia since their sole series triumph across the Tasman Sea in 1985-86, will want to keep their time in the field to a minimum with the temperature expected to soar to 40 degrees Celsius.
David Warner, Joe Burns, Marnus Labuschagne, Steven Smith, Matthew Wade, Travis Head, Tim Paine (c/wk), Pat Cummins, Mitchell Starc, Nathan Lyon, Josh Hazlewood.
Tom Latham, Jeet Raval, Kane Williamson (c), Ross Taylor, Henry Nicholls, BJ Watling (wk), Colin de Grandhomme, Mitch Santner, Tim Southee, Neil Wagner, Lockie Ferguson. (Trent Boult is confirmed injured and out)
It's a scorching hot 38 degrees in Perth right now accompanied by perfect blue sky. The pitch looks green at this stage of the game but is expected to quickly dry up and eventually form cracks by the time days four and five roll around.