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Suspended pair Steve Smith and David Warner will return in Australian team later this month. Smith-Warner return to international cricket this month, will end on March 28

Australia will play five ODI series against Pakistan in UAE from March 22
The team will play the last two ODIs on 29 and 31 March, Smith-Warner can play in these two matches.

Sports desk Australia's Steve Smith and David Warner can return to international cricket at the end of this month. Australia have to play five ODI series against Pakistan from March 22. The last two matches of the series will be on March 29 and 31. On the other hand, the 12-month ban on Smith-Warner after the ball-tampering controversy will go away on March 28. In such a situation both the players will be available to play in the last two ODIs.

Smith-Warner not selected for series against Pak

Smith-Warner is not named in the squad selected for the series against Pakistan, but according to Cricket Australia's official website 'Cricket.com, do au' both can be picked in the team. At the moment, the Australian team is playing a five-ODI series from India. After that he will go straight to Dubai.

National selection committee decision, medical staff of Cricket Australia and Interim EGM (Team Performance) Belinda Clarke will decide on the return of both. It will be decided whether both of them should be given a chance in the national team directly or sent to India for the first time to play IPL.

Smith and Warner Smith and Warner recovering from elbow injury are recovering from elbow injury. Warner made a century for New South Wales Premier Cricket Club, giving evidence of fitness. Smith, on the other hand, put a video of batting on the net on social media.

Due to the ban, Smith and Warner can not take training with the national team, but are practicing with New South Wales and Australia's main bowlers. Both of them had earlier practiced batting against Pat Cummins, Mitchell Starc and Jose Hedgelwood.

Johnson said: Both should play in the first IPL: Former Australia bowler Mitchell Johnson said, "Both players will first have to mix with team members, it is necessary to withstand the pressure of the IPL and the World Cup, both teams Connect with and see how new players are working, because both are watching the team from the outside. "

He said, "I think both of them should first play IPL, after that they should return to the national team, as the Australian team performed in the Ranchi ODI, it seems that the team is united, all are moving towards one goal. . "

                

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