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Former batsman Mark Wu believes that Steve Smith has atoned for his work in the matter of ball tampering and that he should be able to captain the Australian cricket team again after the retirement of Tim Payne. Former leg-spinner Shane Warne, on the other hand, believes Smith’s captaincy days are over.
Smith was removed from the captaincy after a 201 ball tampering case. He was banned for a year. Ahead of the four-Test series against India, there is a debate over whether to re-appoint Smith as captain.
Matthew Wade was named captain in the second T20 match when Aaron Finch was injured. Vox had made Smith the captain in Fox Sports’ ‘Heavy Roller Podcast’. He is the best player of the team and will always be selected in the team. He has been the captain of Australia for many years and has a lot of knowledge of cricket.
Between 201 Smith and 201 Smith have captained Australia in 34 34 Tests, one ODI and one T20. “I know a lot of people are saying, ‘Why should I be made captain again?’ But I think he apologizes for his mistake. He has been a good captain and should be rebuilt.
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Shane Warne believes Smith’s captaincy days are over and he should focus on batting. He said, ‘I will not make him captain. His time has passed. I want to be someone else’s captain. Smith should focus on batting. It has nothing to do with the issue of ball tampering in South Africa. I think now is the time to make someone captain.