Tuesday, November 30, 2021

Steve Smith contention for Test captain after tim paine resigns

Melbourne. It is the matter of 2018, when Cameron Bancroft of Australia team in Cape Town Test against South Africa. ball tampering Caught doing it. David Warner and team captain Steve Smith also proved guilty. Australian cricket was heavily criticized for this act of Smith. Smith was banned and had to leave the captaincy. Test team’s command after Smith stepped down as captain Tim Paine entrusted to him, but now due to the handiwork of Tim Paine, Smith can get his lost status.

in fact in the past Tim Paine Relinquished the captaincy, regretting sending his obscene picture and dirty message to a female colleague. Now in the race for the new captain steve smith The selectors have reportedly sent a proposal to the country’s cricket board to hand over the reins to the former captain.

Senior selector in favor of Smith
Tim Paine After leaving the captaincy, Cricket Board officials said that although vice-captain Pat Cummins is the frontrunner for the top post, Smith is also in the race. Cricket Australia President Richard Freudenstein said in an online press conference that there are many candidates who are available for that role, with Steve Smith also being one of those candidates.

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Meanwhile, there is speculation that the senior selectors of the national team are in favor of appointing Smith as the captain. SEN.COM.AU reported that the selectors are in favor of making Smith the captain and have sent a proposal to the board for its approval. He said that in this matter, however, Cummins has the upper hand and Smith can be made the vice-captain of the team.

Tags: Australia, Cricket news, Pat Cummins, Steve Smith, Tim paine, Tim Paine sex scandal

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