Former Test captain Tim Paine has said that the one-year ban on the banned team captain Steven Smith and vice-captain David Warner will be brought back to the team. In addition to the two players in the Cape Town Test in South Africa last year, Opener Cameron Bancroft has been banned for nine months. And the coach Darren Lehmann has to leave the job with the exemption.
Australia’s team, which has been struggling against India and Pakistan on their own soil, has been named in the recent past without Smith and Warner, the two main pillars of batting. The team’s middle-order is breaking the barbecause of pressure. Talking to the media about the failure of the team’s performance and batting order in the absence of two players, team penn Tim Paine said in the absence of Marcus Harris and Usman Khawaja that Smith, instead of Warner, was successful, we felt very lacking in Melbourne. They can be given another chance. If I get back to the team, I will welcome the duo.
Asked how the general supporters Smith, Warner’s return to the return, would have been questionable if the tempering scandal hit the entire Australian cricket tradition. “Everyone has a personal opinion,” said Paine. But after the time of the ban, we should accept them as naturally as the other 10 other cricketers. ”
Smith and Warner have the potential to return to international cricket with a three-match one-day series against Pakistan in March, if they are called in the squad.