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Steve Smith, David Warner won't be dropped from World Cup squad despite bad IPL: Matthew Hayden

Zee News Saturday, 23 March 2019
Having all but completed their one-year ban (set to end on March 28) from international cricket on ball tampering charges, Smith and Warner's IPL performance is expected to be closely monitored by Cricket Australia. 
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