Smith and Warner were banned for a year from international and state cricket in the match-tampering case in South Africa in March.
Sydney: Former captain Steve Waugh said that Australian cricket needs tainted former captain Steve Smith and there is a whole possibility that he will be welcomed with an open heart, but the road to David Warner can be difficult.
Due to the role played in the ball tampering episode in South Africa in March, both of these were banned for one year from international and state cricket, while the opening batsman Cameron Ben crafts were suspended for nine months.
Waugh said to Fox Sports Australia in reference to the 64 Test-playing Smith, “We need his return to Australian cricket.” He said, “You do not expect their options by losing the player of the level at night They are still young. “The three players had accepted their role in this episode.
Waugh said that fans still want him. The former captain said, “The people of Australia are about to forgive.” He (Smith) made a mistake and paid a big price for it. “Waugh said that returning to Warner would not be easy, but he also expressed hope that the opener would get the second chance too.