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Excited by the statement of the former captain! Announced Warner-Smith’s retirement date

Both Steve Smith and David Warner are important batsmen for the Australian team. The role of these two is also important in the ongoing Ashes series. But this is how the talks of Smith and Warner’s Test retirement have started. Former England captain Michael Vaughan gave more air to these discussions.

This year, the Australian team is on a tour of England to play the Ashes series. Australia are leading the series after four Tests. The fourth match of the series begins on Thursday (July 27). This match will be played at London’s Kevington Oval Stadium. But according to Michael Vaughan, Steve Smith and David Warner may retire from Test cricket after this match. The third Ashes Test was played in Manchester. Due to rain on the last day, the match ended in a draw. According to Michael Vaughan, there was talk of Warner and Smith retiring in the press when the rain started.

Michael Vaughan told the media, “The journalists were feeling a little bored because it was raining. At such times you discuss with some people, which is natural. At that time such predictions were being made and I cannot say whether they got this information. If Warner makes it to the Oval Stadium, it could be his last Test match. Steve Smith also has good discussions. Smith may play his last match for Australia at The Oval. But I don’t know about this personally, but it is being speculated.”

“There is also the possibility that such discussions may have started because it was raining in Manchester. But there were talks even in the press box that some of the Australian legends might play their last match at The Oval,” added Vaughan.

Meanwhile, Smith has scored a brilliant century at Lord’s in the ongoing Ashes series. He scored an important knock of 110 runs in this match and was declared the man of the match. Apart from that 34, 22 and 41 runs have been contributed. In the remaining four innings, Smith has not been able to cross the mark of 20 runs. Warner, on the other hand, has scored just one half-century in the Ashes this year. He has been dismissed for one run three times. Warner had announced his plans to retire in the very first Test of the series. After he announced that the Australian opener will retire from Test cricket in early 2024. But after Vaughan’s statement, all eyes will be on the duo’s statements after the Oval Test. (David Warner and Steve Smith will retire after the fifth Ashes Test, Michael Vaughan has heard)

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