Cricket Australia: Smith, Warner & Bancroft Ban Will Not Be Reduced

Cricket Australia

Cricket Australia has stated that the ongoing bans on the former Australian captain, Steve Smith, former vice-captain David Warner and opener Cameron Bancroft would not be lessened.

Smith and Warner were suspended for a year and Bancroft for 9 months after they were found to be involved in a ball-tampering activitiy in March, during the South Africa series.

The Australian Cricketers’ Association (ACA) needed the discipline lifted after an autonomous audit into CA observed it to be somewhat to fault.

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Smith, skipper at the time, and Warner, are eight months into one-year bans, while Bancroft, who completed the swindling in South Africa, will be qualified to return in December.

Australia have battled since the trio were restricted. They lost a one-day series in England 5-0, a two-coordinate Test series against Pakistan 1-0 and were beaten 3-0 by similar adversaries in a T20 challenge.

They have likewise lost a one-day arrangement against South Africa 2-1 and host India over all configurations of the game this winter on home soil, beginning with a Twenty20 match in Brisbane on Wednesday.

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