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Bans against Australian trio should keep: Johnson

Former Australia pacer Mitchell Johnson feels the bans imposed against Steve Smith, David Warner and Cameron Bancroft should no longer be diminished.

Bans against Australian trio should keep: Johnson

The Australian trio, who’ve already spent part of the months out of the given 12-month ban was once more likely to get away the remainder time of the ban in step with many reviews. But in any case, it’s now not likely that the bans gets diminished.

And former Aussie pace famous person feels the bans should no longer be diminished because the avid gamers have no longer appealed against ban. Johnson spoke back to a cricket journalist’s tweet, the place he wrote about the potential of ban aid being “seriously discussed”.

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“I thought 3 players were banned. So does that mean Cameron Bancroft’s ban will be reduced to the same amount as Smith & Warner if it goes ahead? They all accepted their bans & didn’t contest it so I think the bans should stay.”

Earlier, any other former Australia cricketer Ian Chappel additionally agreed with Johnson about no longer lowering the lovers.

“Do I think that some of the bans should have been reduced? No, I don’t think they should, because of the things that came out of the long staff review was that they felt the attitude was to win and don’t count the cost. If they would have brought Smith, Warner, and Bancroft back into the team against India, then they would say ‘here we go again’, don’t count the cost let’s just make sure we win.”

Smith and Warner have been passed 12-month ban whilst Bancroft was once passed nine months ban for being concerned within the ball tampering scandal.

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