Steve Smith and David Warner will be seen playing in the forthcoming Global T-20 Canada League. Former Australian player Michael Hussey has expressed hope of returning to the upcoming World Cup squad for Steve Smith and David Warner, who have been banned for one year in the ball-tampering case. Hussey feels that both the players will be successful in the team for the World Cup in 2019.
During Cape Town Test in Cape Town in March this year, Cricket Australia (CA) CEO James Sutherland has accused Steve Smith, David Warner and Cameron Bancroft for a year’s bans from international cricket when they are found guilty of ball-tampering during Cape Town Test. Bancroft has been suspended for nine months.
According to website Cricket 365, “It would be difficult to bet on both the players. Although both are excellent players. They will probably go to the World Cup. ‘The next World Cup will be held in England in May 2019. The Australian team has the chance to include both of them in the team.
However, there will be an eye on how the fitness of both of them is at that time. Apart from this, they have to keep themselves free from injuries. “Hussey has been both fantastic players for a long time. Both are important players for Australia. ‘
In practice, both players will play in the Global T-20 Canada League. After this, both of them will also try their hand at the Darwin Cricket League. With this, these players will get good practice. Warner will also play in the upcoming Caribbean Premier League (CPL) -2018. In CPL, Warner will be seen playing on behalf of St. Lucia stars.