Published: Wed, March 13, 2019
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Australia's Smith and Warner will return stronger from bans - Warne

Australia's Smith and Warner will return stronger from bans - Warne

Yes, the two great players David Warner and Steve Smith will be associated with their teams from March 29.

David Warner, the banned Australian star, has slammed a sensational century on his comeback occasion after elbow injury. "So it is only natural we will take them seriously into consideration when we pick our World Cup squad", quoted Hohns, as saying."The main thing for them and us is to have them playing competitive cricket".

Warne was suspended in 2003 for a year after testing positive to banned diuretic drugs. "The next four years were the best I ever had", Warne, who took 708 wickets for Australia in 145 test matches, added.

With World Cup beginning from May 30 in England, Steve Smith and David Warner will also look forward to this IPL for practice. I was hungry for the game.

Smith and Warner were banned by Cricket Australia for 12 months in March previous year for their roles in the ball-tampering scandal in a test match against South Africa in Cape Town. "My body and mind were fresh and it is awesome how excited you are to play again", Warne told the UK Telegraph.

David Warner smashed 77-ball hundred while playing for his Sydney club side in his first match after an elbow surgery.

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Smith's injury was nastier than Warner's and he is yet to return, although he is seen on the training grounds frequently.

"Absolutely", Ponting said last month when asked if Australia could win the World Cup.

Three-time World Cup victor Ricky Ponting believes Australia are "absolutely" capable of taking out the title in 2019 with Smith and Warner back at the helm.

"With the inclusion of two of the best one-day players in the world who have a lot of experience, all of a sudden the team starts looking a whole lot better".

In the meantime, Shane Warne, the former Australian cricketer, reckons Smith and Warner would come out as better individuals and would now prefer their willows do all the talking.

"You will have guys that will handle a lot of pressure situations better because they have done it all before".

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