Steve Smith, David Warner Bans Could Be Lifted, Says Cricket Australia CEO
Former Australia captain Steve Smith, two players David Warner and Cameron Bancroft are going to return to international cricket after banning the ball tampering controversy. Comments by Cricket Australia (CA) CEO Kevin Roberts make it clear. Australia, which has once been a world number one team, is currently running for a long time. Australia is currently losing series of series. The pressure from the Australian Cricketers’ Association has increased over the CA. The players’ association is demanding that the ban on the three players be immediately lifted and taken into the squad. That is what Kevin revealed on Wednesday.
Australia captain Steve Smith, vice-captain David Warner and another player have been accused of ball-tampering ball tampering in South Africa in March. These three players accepted the ball tampering and were banned for 12 months. However, Australia’s performance has been poor since they lost to three teams. Remaining Steve Smith, Tim Paine is leading the Test. His captain lost both Australia to the last three Tests against South Africa.
Aaron Finch’s ODI team appearance is also the same. Australia lost in seven ODIs in a row. Whitewash was one of the 5-0 against England, while Pakistan lost two one-day matches. In the one-dayer in Perth on Sunday, he lost to South Africa. This led to the Australian Cricketers’ Association. Smith, Warner and Bancroft demand a return to the team. Cricket Australia adopted their appeal. The return of these three players is soon to come.