Australia's return to the national team with the World Cup ban, Steve Smith and David Warner returned to the squad. After 13 months, former captain and vice-captain returned to the national team's practice.
Justin Langer's disciples started a training camp in Brisbane on Friday ahead of the upcoming World Cup. But due to illness, Smith-Warner did not join the practice session for two days. After returning from fits to fitness, two batsmen returned to the national team's training for the first time.
Smith left for the Premier League due to injury in January last year. After this, the two stars, who are fit to play in the IPL, They were very excited to return to the big stage. Warner has scored 692 runs in 8 matches at an average of 69.20 in IPL and 692 runs in 1 in IPL. Smith also did not do bad He scored 319 runs in three half-centuries for Rajasthan Royals. As a result, they got a chance at the national team's World Cup squad without any thought.
Smith-Warner returning to the squad at the start of the national team's camp got infected with the virus. For which it took two days to fit. Finally, after completing their wait, two teammates returned to the nets on Sunday. On the first day of the World Cup practice practice, two batsmen, like Adam Jamah, Nathan Lynn, Mitchell Starc, Shane Abbott,
Allrounder Glenn Maxwell, in the face of Australian practice, is in the news. The all-rounder is praising the two teammates. His belief that Warner-Smith keep their rhythm in the World Cup. Maxwell said, "If Warner saw Warner's stats in India (IPL), he (Warner) played very well for Hyderabad. He probably has scored more than 500 runs per season in the IPL. Which indicates the extraordinary continuity. Hopefully their form will continue in one-day cricket. Both of them are very meritorious in this format. Nobody is worried about returning to their team.
Note that Smith and Warner have been banned for one year by Cricket Australia for ball tampering in Cape Town Test against South Africa in 2018. The two former Olympic stars will take on the jersey in the country after the ban on the World Cup.