Steven Smith, David Warner won’t be ‘fazed one bit’ by South Africa crowds – Josh Hazlewood

Australia will return to South Africa this week for the first time since the ball-tampering scandal nearly two years ago, with David Warner and Steven Smith backed to respond through on-field performances to any attempts from the crowds to rekindle memories.

The tour includes three T20Is and three ODIs with the trip beginning in Johannesburg – the venue for the final Test of that infamous series when Tim Paine led a team without the three players who would be banned – with the T20I series also including a stop in Cape Town where the dramatic incident unfolded during the Newlands Test.

The reintegration and comeback for Warner and Smith have been completed (Cameron Bancroft made a comeback during the Ashes but is not part of the current set-up) but it is unlikely that the tour will pass without a few reminders of what unfolded.

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