Sydney: Former skipper Ian Chappell supported Pat Cummins, the leading fast bowler, for beating Maestro Steve Smith for the Australian captain after reigning Tim Paine retired.

Chappells Views contrast with Paine, who recently said he will have no concerns that former skipper Smith will return to his job if he decides to retire.

“I think it’s time When you get back to Smith, back up. It’s time to look ahead, not in the rearview mirror, “Chappell told Wide World of Sports.

He also agrees that Cummins’ prospects, Leading Australia in the future should not be affected, even if he was aware of plans to manipulate the ball during the infamous 2018 friendly against South Africa in Cape Town.

The ball manipulation fiasco had next year Ban on then-Captain Smith, his deputy David Warner, and a nine-month ban on Cameron Bancroft led to a review of Australian team culture.

During an interview, Bancroft had implied that other bowlers may have known of the conspiracy he and two others – Smith and Warner – had to pay a heavy price.

“When people start jumping up and down over Pat Cummins as captain of Australia when he knows, the answer is pretty clear because it is on Smith falls back, “said Chappell.

” He (Steve Smith) is the guy who should have stopped it. The captain has general say and power to stop it, and he didn’t. I don’t think it should count against Cummins even if they decide the bowlers did it. “Knows.

” Smith is the guy who should have made sure it never started, “added Chappell added.

Bancroft’s recent explanation of the infamous episode has put the problem of ball tampering back into the spotlight.

During the Newlands test in March 2018, Bancroft was caught by television cameras trying to hit one side of the ball Roughen up with sandpaper.

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Cummins, Josh Hazlewood, Mitchell Starc and Nathan Lyon, who were all part of the team during the unfortunate streak against South Africa, issued a joint statement pleading innocence and calling for an end to “rumors and innocence”.

However, Marnus Labuschagne is out due to the “logistical complexity” of joining from Great Britain, which would require a two-week quarantine.

The ball rigging scandal came back into the spotlight when Bancroft announced last week that Australian bowlers on the team at the time may have known about the conspiracy.

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