1. The question that broke Australian cricketer Steve Smith after ball tampering scandal  Stuff
  2. Report claims Aussie bowlers considered Test boycott as bans end  New Zealand Herald
  3. World Cup squad puzzle bloody hard: Finch  Sydney Morning Herald
  4. Steve Smith and David Warner's ball-tampering bans are up, but will they slot back into Australia's line-up?  ABC News
  5. Teammates in bombshell boycott threat over David Warner  Yahoo7 Sport
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He tried to keep his composure, but a question about children, heroes and family was too much for the disgraced test skipper.He tried to keep his composure, but a question about children, heroes and family was too much for the disgraced test skipper.

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As selectors prepare to pick a 15-man World Cup squad, the question of who will make way for Steve Smith and David Warner looms.As selectors prepare to pick a 15-man World Cup squad, the question of who will make way for Steve Smith and David Warner looms.

After a long 12-month slog, David Warner and Steve Smith are allowed to rejoin their old teammates after serving bans for a ball-tampering scandal in South Africa. After a long 12-month slog, David Warner and Steve Smith are allowed to rejoin their old teammates after serving bans for a ball-tampering scandal in South Africa.

Australian cricket: David Warner, Steve Smith bans end, bowler boycott revealed

Steve Smith's words of contrition during his 12-month ban have been reassuring, and David Warner's silence has been disciplined, but suddenly the two star batsmen may find their path back into the national men's line-up for the World Cup isn't so straight forward, writes Richard Hinds.Steve Smith and David Warner may suddenly find their path back into the national men's line-up isn't so straight forward, writes Richard Hinds.

Steve Smith and David Warner's ball-tampering bans are up, but will they slot back into Australia's line-up? - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

David Warner's fractured relationship with key teammates has been revealed.David Warner's fractured relationship with key teammates has been revealed.

David Warner: Teammates threatened to boycott unless suspended

Twelve months ago Australian cricket was in crisis, rocked to the core by a cheating scandal regarding ball tampering.Twelve months ago Australian cricket was in crisis, rocked to the core by a cheating scandal regarding ball tampering.

Time heals: Australian cricket on the mend after torrid 12 months | Sport24

The international bans on Australian stars David Warner and Steve Smith will come to an end on Friday. But the two will not be celebraring together; instead, they will gear up to face each other in an Indian Premier League contest. The international bans on Australian stars David Warner and Steve Smith will come to an end on Friday. But the two will not be celebraring together; instead, they will gear up to face each other in an Indian Premier League contest.

IPL 2019, RR vs SRH Preview: As ban draws to an end, David Warner to face Steve Smith | Sports News, The Indian Express