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Steven Peter Devroix Steve Smith Sydney-born international cricketer Originally playing as the all-rounder, Australia are playing in the national team. He is currently the captain of Australia and one-day international team captain. In addition to batting right-handed, leg-spin bowling is done in the right arm. In domestic cricket he is playing for the New South Blues and the Rajasthan Royals team in the Indian Premier League. Also the children of British-born mother Steve Smith played for Kent XI, New South Wales, Sutherland Cricket Club and Elaunang Manai Cricket Club.

Although initially included as an all-rounder for Australia, he is currently taking part as a batsman. On July 16, 2015, he reached the 10th position with 936 ratings points in the all-time list of Test batsmen

He made his first-class debut for New South Wales on 24 January 2008. In the same match at the Sydney Cricket Ground, he scored 33 runs in the only innings against Western Australia.

He was the highest wicket taker in the 2008 KFC 20/20 tournament. He took 9 wickets, including 4/15 in Queensland, taking part in the total of 5 games. He was the second best player of the competition.

He was one of the members of the New South Wales team that won the 2009 Twenty20 Champions League title.

In 2010, Steve Smith called Australia’s Test squad. He is called due to absence of spinner Nathan Hariert. But after the Boxing Day Test, Haritz has to be frustrated when he is recovering. He made his Test debut in the first innings of the 2013 Ashes series in England and in the first innings of the 5th Test at The Oval in England. One of them was Jonathan Trott’s 6th Australian Test cricketer as he hit a sixteenth-century century.

In December 2014, the team was permanently nominated as the captain. Australia captain Michael Clarke is injured in the Test series against India in the 2014-15 season and in the wake of being dropped from the series. He also climbed Clarke’s fielding position.

On 18 January 2015, Australian Australia captain George Bailey was banned from playing a game, including a 20% match fee, because of slow over in the second game of the Carlton Mid Triangular series held in Australia. Steve Smith, in the 4th match of Hobart Captain of the team.

After Michael Clarke in 2012, Steven Smith became the first Australian to reach the top of the ICC Test batting rankings. Before the West Indies tour in 2015, he had four positions. But in that tour, Kumar Sangakkara, AB de Villiers and Hashim Amla got the top position.

In the first innings of the second Test at Kingston, he scored 199 runs He played an important role in the victory of Australia and he was named Man of the Match. For the first time in that series of Caribbean islands, he has been on the Australian batting order number three. De Villiers was removed from Sangakkara 1 number from January this year. In the previous month, Villiers entered the top spot from Sangakkara.

On 23 June 2015, Sir Garfield Sober won the ICC Cricketer of the Year award. In addition, he was nominated as the ICC Test Player of the Year in the 2014-15 season.

In 2014, Martin Crowe also included him along with Joe Root, Kane Williamson and Virat Kohli as one of the youngest of four Test batsmen in Test cricket.

David Andrew Warner (born: October 27, 1986) is a famous Australian cricketer from Paddington, New South Wales. He is well-known as the left-handed opener left-handed batsman. They also have the role of wicket-keeping in the team. In the 132-year history of Australia, David Warner is the first cricketer to have played in the national cricket team without any full-fledged experience playing in first-class cricket. He is currently playing for New South Wales, Sunrisers Hyderabad and Sydney Thunder.

David Warner was born in the Paddington area on the outskirts of Sydney, in the New South Wales province. The coach advised to bat right-hander because of the habit of throwing a ball at the age of 13. But after one season his mother Shila Warner took her to the same position again. Batting left-handed for the Sydney Coastal Cricket Club, he broke the record of the under-16 team’s run. At the age of 15, he made his debut in the first grade for the Eastern Suburban Club. Then he went to Sri Lanka for the Under-19 team and signed on behalf of the state. He studied at Dimawil Public School and Randwick Boys High School.

Warner used to attack aggressive left-arm batting. Run side-by-side fielding. Sometimes the role of the spin bowler is revealed. Definition of leg spin bowling with off-spin bowling. A strong 170-centimeter body can lift the ball with a strong hand batonly. In 2009, Totten Twenty20 for New South Wales sent Shane Tait ball to the roof of the Adelaide Oval. He also succeeded in facing the same bowler at the Sydney Cricket Ground.

Blazer scored one day’s highest run of 165  against Tasmania. Later, he scored 97 not out in 54 balls, and did not record the record for the fastest century in Australian domestic cricket. In view of his success in domestic cricket, Twenty20 squad included. On January 11, 2009 South Africa’s BP Twenty 0 was inducted into the International Melbourne Cricket Ground. In the history of Twenty20, the second fastest half-century in 43 balls 89 runs in 7 fours and 6 sixes. Warner was just 11 runs away from Chris Gayle’s century. His 89 runs in debut was the second highest and fifth highest score of Twenty20 International. On February 23, 2010, he scored 67 runs from 29 balls against the West Indies at the Sydney Cricket Ground. His 50 runs came in just 18 balls. He broke his own 19-ball record and made the second fastest half-century after Yuvraj Singh.

Warner’s Test debut came in the absence of Shane Watson in the first Test of the Trans-Tasman Trophy, His debut against New Zealand in the 1st Test at Brisbane in Queensland on December 1, 2011. In the first innings he scored only 3 runs. But in the second innings, he scored an unbeaten 12 * off just four balls. He scored a winning shot through the pool shot.

On 12 December 2011, he made his first century. He was unbeaten on 123 * against New Zealand in Hobart. He scored 6th in the fourth innings in the fourth innings batting from start to finish.

Brad Haddin hit a shoulder injury on the second day of the second Test against Pakistan in October 2014, David Warner and Glenn Maxwell jointly took charge from 96th over to 122nd in the 163th over of Pakistan’s first innings. The Pakistan wicketkeeper kept wickets for the 51st over from the start of the second innings. At this stage, Maxwell was behind the wicket until the end of the innings in the 61st over. At that time Warner took a catch as wicket-keeper.

On 11 January 2015, the Cricket Australia Authority published the 15-member final list of Australia public in order to participate in the 2015 Cricket World Cup. He was also nominated as one of the members. On March 4, 2015, he scored his highest individual score against Afghanistan and the second highest total of 178 runs in Australia’s ODI history. Shane Watson’s 185 runs in 2011 Australia scored 417/6 in World Cup history. His team won the World Cup with a huge margin of 275 runs in the match. This win was the second-biggest win in one-day internationals Australia’s highest and international career. New Zealand beat Ireland by 290 runs in 2008. He won the man of the match award.

Cameron Timothy Bancroft (born November 19, 1992) is an Australian cricketer, who currently plays for Western Australia in Australian first-class cricket, and is playing in the Perth Scorchers team in the Big Bash League. He made his Test debut for the Australian national team in November 2017.  In the third match of the series against South Africa, the ball has been in the headlines for tampered matters and cricket Australia has given 9 months restriction Is also planted.

Youth Carrier

After playing Under-17, Under-19 and Under-23 for Western Australia, he played several Test and ODI matches for the Australian Under-19 Cricket team; Where he impressed by making three centuries at an average of 50.9 0.

In August 2012, Bancroft participated in the ICC Under-19 Cricket World Cup, where he was the second-highest wicket-taker for Australia (196 runs), Australian captain William Boscio was number two.

Domestic carrier

He started his List A Cricket on 16 October 2011 while playing for Western Australia against Tasmania, and a week later he also made his debut in first-class cricket.

International carrier

Bancroft was given a chance in the Australian Test team for Bangladesh tour; However, the tour was canceled for security reasons. Bancroft and the rest of the players returned back to their kingdom. He started his Twenty20 international career on 31 January 2016 for Australia against India.

In November 2017, his name was placed in the Australia Test Team for the 2017-18 Ashes series. He was given a place in place of Matt Renshaw, and became the first opener to make Test debut in the Ashes Test since Michael Slater in 1993. Bancroft Joff Marsh provided hat in this match. In his first Test innings, he was dismissed on five runs. In the second innings, he scored an unbeaten 82 in Australia’s 10-wicket win over England.

Controversy and restrictions

In March 2018, the Australian cricket team was involved in a tampered incident during the third Test against South Africa in Cape Town. Mainly the then captain Steve Smith, vice-captain David Warner and Cameron Bancroft were found guilty, after which they have also banned them from Cricket Australia. Smith and Warner also had to leave captaincy and deputy captaincy. Bancroft was banned for 9 months in this incident, then fellow Smith and Warner were banned for one year.

Mitchell Aaron Stark (born January 30, 1990) is an Australian international cricketer who plays for the Australian national team and New South Wales in domestic cricket. He is a left-arm fast bowler and a capable batsman of lower-left left arm. He was a key member of the victorious Australian team that won the 2015 Cricket World Cup and was declared Man of the Tournament as a result of his consistent performance.

On 15 November 2015, Stark delivered the fastest record against New Zealand’s Ross Taylor in a 160.4kph Test match. However, that delivery is disputed due to mistake by radar guns, because the rest of that delivery in excess has never exceeded 150 miles per hour. Starc became the fastest bowler to take 100 wickets in more than 100 ODIs against Sri Lanka on August 21, 2016, he did so in 52 innings and broke the 19-year-old record of Saqlain Mushtaq’s record of taking 100 wickets in 53 innings. However, on March 25, 2018, after 19 months, Stark broke his record by Rashid Khan, who took 100 wickets in 44 innings. By February 2019, Stark still remains the fastest paceman to achieve the feat.

Against Pakistan in the Boxing Day Test on 30 December 2016, he broke Andrew Symonds’s record of hitting the most sixes in an innings in the MCG, in which 7 sixes

In November 2017, he became the first bowler to take a hat-trick in every innings of the Sheffield Shield match, while the 2017-18 Sheffield Shield was playing for New South Wales against Western Australia in the season. Though not all played together in a match for various reasons, with James Pattinson, Pat Cummins and Josh Hazlewood, Stark is widely considered to be “Big Four” of Australian cricket.

Stark started playing cricket as a wicketkeeper at the age of 9 for the northern districts at an early age. He was a representative cricketer of the Northern District Cricket Association (NDCA) and used to study in the Homebash Boys High School, representing the school’s first class cricket team. He is a former junior cricketer for the Barra Sports Cricket Club in Sydney, where he was known for keeping wicket and bowling in the same innings.

Starck debuted for New South Wales in his hometown in 2009 at the age of 19. His performance for Western Subarbs and State 2 X XI gave him promotion and he replaced the suspended Aaron Bird for the season’s final match. Stark achieved a place in the center of excellence in the Off-Season in 2009. In the 2009-10 season, at the Eight Sheffield Shield Games, he made a half-century and took 21 wickets, taking 5 wickets for 74 runs against Queensland.

In 2015, by breaking records in the Australian domestic one-day tournament, Stark maintained his dominance at the international level, which came due to the suspension of Australia’s tour of Bangladesh. The net number of Stark’s tournaments underlined their dominance: 26 wickets in six games at an average of 8.12 and a strike rate of 12.3. In the tournament, Starc was named as Player of the Tournament in New South Wales.

After injury to many senior Australian fast bowlers, Stark was a late replacement in the team to tour India in 2010, Josh Hazlewood. Later, after Doug Bollinger was injured after the first Test, Stark and fellow uncapped young pacer Peter George and James Pattinson were left to compete for one place. George was selected and after Pattinson was injured, Stark would earn his first international call-up and in October 2010, he made his One Day International debut against Visakhapatnam. He did not bat and was a wicketkeeper.

Stark debuted his Test debut for Australia on 1 December 2011 in the first Test of the series against New Zealand in Brisbane. He took two wickets in the match and two other in Hobart in the second Test. He was dropped out of the nominated team for the first Test of the series against India, but was called back to replace Nathan Lyon for the third Test at the Paes-friendly WACA ground. In the Test series in India in 2012-13, he missed only one run in the first Test match. During the third Test of the 2012-13 Border-Gavaskar Trophy series in India, Stark became the first number 9, 10 or 11 batsman to survive 100 balls in both innings.

Stark was selected to play in the third Test of South Africa tour of Australia in 2012-13. While Australia lost the match, Stark took 6/154, and on 4 December, Australia achieved the second fastest half-century (32 balls) by an Australian in the second innings. Despite his recent form, he was rested in favor of Jackson Bird to make his debut for the Boxing Day Test against Sri Lanka. They will be selected for the Sydney Test a week later.

Stark got the Man of the Tournament award in the 2015 Cricket World Cup, which Australia won, defeated New Zealand in the final. In the league stage match between Australia and New Zealand, Stark gave his best performance in ODIs by 6/28 as Trent Bolt’s 5/27 but could not defend a modest 151 against Australia, with New Zealand Ultimately scored and won by match 1 wicket. He took 60 wickets for the 2014-15 season and became Australia’s leading wicket taker in all forms of international cricket, in which the 2015 Cricket World Cup is the leading wicket-taker and 22 wickets at an average of 10.0 and an economy Includes. 3.5), New York played a lesser game than Trent Boult. Stark was selected as the Man of the Tournament in the 2015 Cricket World Cup. He is the leading wicket taker in the world in all forms of international cricket for the 2015 calendar year with 87 years after his ankle injury in the opening day / night test at the Adelaide Oval.

In the second Test match of Australia’s 2016 Sri Lanka, Stark took his 100th Test wicket. He won the 2017 Allan Border Medal of the Best Test bowler for his performance with a ball against Sri Lanka in 2016. He reached 1,000 Test runs against India in Pune in the Border-Gavaskar Trophy Series in 2016-17. With this, he became the 14th Australian cricketer to take more than 100 wickets and score more than 1,000 runs in Test cricket.

In the first Test match of Australia’s 2018 South Africa tour, he took bowling figures of 109 for 9 and won the man of the match award.

In April 2018, he was awarded a National contract for the 2018-19 season by Cricket Australia. He took 13 wickets in the Border-Gavaskar Trophy series against India in 2018-19 and in the following Test series against Sri Lanka, he played an important role in winning Australia’s series with Australia’s 10-wicket victory.

Nathan Michael Lyon is a Australian cricketer. He made the record of being the most successful bowler in the Australian take-out bowlers in 2015. [Hooke’s trumpet was the achievement of 141 goals before. Because of his breach, his co-players called the coat (GOAT), a nickname of Greatest of Spinner of All Time. He has played Test cricket for the Australian team, one day internationals and international Twenty20 matches.

On 26 July 2011, Nathan was included in the tour of Sri Lanka for Australia’s Test squad. His first Test match was played in Galle City against Sri Lanka on 31st August 2011. Kumar defeated Sangakkara in his first ball and set the record for the third ODI and seventh international player in the first ball. On December 28, 2013, Nathan scored his 100th goal in Melbourne. In the first match of the tournament he scored 34 runs and took 5 goals. He became the 15th Australian player and 131th international player to win 5 goals in the first-class cricket tournament.

In the first match of the Test match against New Zealand in Australia on December 1, 2011, he scored 69 goals in the first match of the Test match, and scored 19 goals in the second and scored 3 goals. He scored 7 goals for 88 runs at the end of the match. He created the right-handed bowler with the highest goals in the ground. He then played three matches in a four-match Test match against the Indian cricket team on his own soil. In the end, he took 7 goals. His bowling average is 41.57. Former Australian batsman Ashley Malled said the ball was far from the line of Lyon.

On April 24, 2013, he was the only outsider in the Ashes series against England against England. But a few hours before the competition, he had a chance to play for Aston Agar in the team. In the third match, Leon was in the squad for the team. He scored 42 runs in the match and took 4 goals.

The Australian cricket team (born Australia national cricket team) represents the Australian Union in international test matches, as well as ODI and Twenty20 cricket matches. Along with England, Australia is one of the first two test teams in the history of the game. The team also became the first ever participant in matches on both cricket systems with limited overs – both times the Australians vied with the British. The national team is completed for the most part with domestic Australian competition players: Sheffield Shield, One-Day Series and Big Bass League.

The team held 816 test matches, won 384, lost in 221, 209 meetings ended in a draw-drow, 2 – a draw-tie. Australians rank fourth in the ICC test rating, third in the ODI rating and seventh in the Twenty20 rating.

Australians took part in 919 ODI cricket matches. On account of the team 557 wins, 319 losses, 9 draws, another 34 games ended without result. Australia played a record six times in the ODI World Cup final, four times the team won the tournament (1987, 1999, 2003, 2007). The team did not lose in 34 matches of the world championship in a row. Twice Australia became the winner of the Champions Trophy (2006, 2009).

The team held 114 international matches according to the Twenty20 rules. The national team played in the final of the world championship Twenty20 in 2010, where it lost to England