Smith-Warner was found guilty of ball tampering in March last year
Both were banned for one year, in World Cup in England from May 30
Sports desk Shane Warne believes that despite recent poor performance, Australia can win the World Cup. He said, "Steve Smith and David Warner are ready to play better than ever because of being out of cricket for a year, with both of them, the Australian team can win the World Cup again, Have to prove. " Smith-Warner were found guilty of ball tampering in the Test against South Africa in March last year. Both were banned for one year. The ban of both will end this month.
Warne was banned for one year in 2003.
Both Smith and Warner are currently bothered by an injury in the elbow, but according to Warne, it does not make any difference. He said, "Both of them will be playing the best now as before, although both of them will feel pressure in the first few games, but they will be right for them, both will be hungry to make runs."
Warne was banned for 12 months just before the 2003 World Cup, due to intake of drugs. He said, "I was also banned, but after that I returned to the ground after being refreshed. When you come down to the ground after a long gap, then they are ready to play better."
Warne was a member of the Australian team winning the 1999 World Cup. He achieved 293 wickets in 194 ODIs in ODIs. At the same time, his name in the 145 Tests is 708 wickets. Warne played in the last ODI in 2005 and the last Test 2007.