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Why is Sunrisers silent on axeing David Warner?

29 March 2018, 01:19 | Susie Olson

Why is Sunrisers silent on axeing David Warner?

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Members of the touring party were shocked to see their vice-captain drinking champagne at the team hotel on Monday, when CA's integrity chief Iain Roy grilled players over an illegal plan to scuff the ball in Cape Town.

Sutherland wouldn't be drawn on whether Warner would be welcome in the Australian dressing room again.

The hard-hitting opener, who has been sent home from the tour of South Africa, is facing a long ban from worldwide cricket.

Earlier, Steve Smith too had stepped down from the position of Rajasthan Royals' captain.

"Darren Lehmann has not resigned or offered to step down as the coach of the team, and will continue in the capacity of coach with the team". I'm sure the whole team should be held responsible. "But we have a strong reserve bench and I don't think it will be much of a problem", he said.

As some senior Australian journalists have suggested, Smith and Warner will be banned from playing any kind of domestic and global cricket for and in Australia for 12 months whilst Cameron Bancroft will face a 9-month ban.


"Prior knowledge of the plan in question was with Steve Smith, David Warner and Cameron Bancroft only".

Asked whether the public outcry over the quantum of punishment to Smith and Warner, for their involvement in ball-tampering, was an over-reaction, Saha said, "I don't know the rules. It's about playing clean cricket and not trying to tamper with the ball and then get a batsman out".

"It's not good if they bring bad name to the sport".

The franchise is set to announce a new skipper in the next few days, with India opener Shikhar Dhawan being tipped as the front-runner to the job.

"We have a good middle order with the likes of Kane Williamson, Deepak Hooda and Manish Pandey. The plus point is that when batsmen have failed, bowlers have done well to win matches".



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