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Australia's youngest player Cameron Bancroft has tampering the ball against South Africa in the Cape Town Test last year. The team's captain Steven Smith and vice-captain Warner will provide him support for the tampering. Smith and Warner accepted it afterwards. As a result, Cricket Australia (CA) banned Smith-Warner for one year for international cricket and Bancroft for six months. Bancroft's ban has already ended. Smith and Warner have been banned by the end of this month.

Former India batsman VVS Laxman feels that it was not right to punish David Warner for ball-tampering. "I think what happened in Cape Town is very unfortunate," said the mentor Lankan of the Indian Premier League (IPL) Sunrisers Hyderabad. I think it is not right to give this peace to Warner. Because Warner was not fully involved with such incidents. '

But Smith-Warner will play in the IPL before. Which will begin on March 23. Due to the ball tampering scandal, the pair did not play in this year's catchy tournament. The IPL authorities did not play in the tournament. But this time I will play. Hyderabad is very happy to get Warner The team mentor Lankan said, "We have become more confident when Warner returns to the team. There is no doubt about Warner's skill. We are proud of what he has done in the past for Hyderabad. She is the most essential player of the team Warner could turn the match at any time as a batsman. '

Larson also praised Warner's leadership, saying "Warner's leadership qualities are also outstanding. Under 2016 we won the title. Hopefully, he will give all the benefits to our team. '

Warner is praised by Australian coach Tom Voodoo Moody, who is far away from cricket for a year, can be his best player at the field. He said, "We are hopeful, Warner will not have any problem to adapt to 22 innings even if he is out of cricket for a year." Because he is a very professional and committed player. The team is ready to do everything. '
                

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