England win toss, to bat first in first Ashes test
By Ian Ransom
BRISBANE (Reuters) - England captain Joe Root won the toss and chose to bat first in the opening Ashes test against Australia in Brisbane on Thursday, with the hosts confirming opener David Warner and batsman Shaun Marsh were fit to play.
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