Steve Smith and David Warner set to miss out on combined £four.5million from cricket alone after ball-tampering ban

STEVE SMITH and David Warner are set to miss out on a combined £four.5million from cricket alone after being banned for ball-tampering.

The previous Australian captain and vice-captain have been slapped with extreme punishments from Cricket Australia for his or her position within the scandal in South Africa.

 Steve Smith and David Warner are set to lose out on £4.5million

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Steve Smith and David Warner are set to lose out on £four.5million

Cameron Bancroft – the person who tampered with the ball – was handed a 9-month ban.

All three have been despatched house in shame from the tour of South Africa after Bancroft rubbed sandpaper on one aspect of the ball so as to encourage reverse swing.

Each Warner and Smith haven’t solely been banned by Australia costing them £750,000 and £1m respectively, but in addition seen their IPL offers – each value £1.3m – revoked.

All in all, the pair will miss out on round £four.5m… earlier than taking their mega sponsorship offers under consideration.

 David Warner and Steve Smith have lost their Australian central contracts and IPL deals

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David Warner and Steve Smith have misplaced their Australian central contracts and IPL offers

Smith has seen two sponsors pull their plug on their offers, with Australian cereal firm Weet-bix and sporting model New Stability waving goodbye.

In the meantime, Warner has 4 offers reduce – with sporting items manufacturers Grey-Nicholls and Asics, in addition to Toyota and LG.

However, Australia coach Darren Lehmann managed to maintain onto his job, with chiefs insisting he had no clue as to the ball-tampering plot.

Warner is claimed to have been the ring-chief, speaking Bancroft into dishonest – whereas captain Smith failed to put the brakes on the plot.

Australia have despatched residence Steve Smith, Cameron Bancroft and David Warner from South Africa for ball tampering

 Steve Smith and David Warner were caught cheating against South Africa

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Steve Smith and David Warner have been caught dishonest towards South Africa

Australia in mourning after cricket cheats deliver disgrace on nationwide sport

STEVE SMITH and David Warner are set to miss out on a combined £four.5million from cricket alone after being banned for ball-tampering.

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