Australian Coach & Captain are in Crisis in Cricket

Australian Coach & Captain are in Crisis in Cricket: As per the reports, Australian cricket isn’t looking that much positive because of the last few days. Some of the big cricketers such as skipper Steve Smith have to left captaincy and now he is going through a mess controversy. Also, the reports are coming that due to the increased controversy we think that he could get a ban for 12 months or more by the cricket chiefs of Australia.

Captain Steve Smith admitted that senior players conspired with Cameron Bancroft to tamper with the ball during the third test against South Africa

Sources are saying that the Cricket Australia boss James Sutherland is under pressure due to the online controversy and hype. After all, these all things are open now and every country is talking about it. Even, James Sutherland arrived in Johannesburg and is expected to give a press conference later on Tuesday.

Also, the reports are saying that Sutherland is holding talks with Cricket Australia’s head of integrity, Iain Roy, who is probing the ball-tampering scandal during the third Test match against South Africa on Saturday. Also, the sources are confirming that he could ban both Smith and Vice-captain David Warner for 12 months and send them home in disgrace.

Even, you all know that Smith has already been suspended for one Test and docked his entire match fee by the International Cricket Council for his role with Cameron Bancroft use a piece of grit-encrusted sticky tape to change the condition of the ball. Overall, he even admitted that they made a mistake and shared that it is a bad thing, what they did.

Former South Africa captain Fanie de Villiers has described how he tipped off the TV camera crew that caught Bancroft in the act after he noticed the ball behaving unusually for the conditions. Even in an interview with radio, De Villiers said, “We actually said to our cameramen: ‘Go out. Have a look, boys. They are using something.’ It’s impossible for the ball to get altered like that on a cricket wicket where we knew there is a grass covering on.”