What happens after a cheater is caught?

Australian cricket players caught ball tampering has been the big news story of the week.

Players Steve Smith, David Warner, and Cameron Bancroft have all been banned for varying periods for their involvement and have been sent back to Australia.

What happens now?

READ: 'It was cheating!' - Makhaya Ntini

Captain Steve Smith and vice-skipper David Warner have been banned for a year and Cameron Bancroft, who carried out the cheating, was given a nine-month ban.

Cricket Australia CEO James Sutherland confirmed on Tuesday that the internal investigation would be concluded.

Speaking to Ray White on The Midday Report, Mike Haysman, Commentator for Supersport said he thinks that more is still going to come out of this scandal.

Also read: How cameras caught batsman Cameron Bancroft red-handed

Its hard to find out who you believe and there have been a few lies told. Its a really awkward one.

Mike Haysman, Supersport commentator

He said the bans are big as the players have been banned from leadership and are not being allowed to play in the Indian Premier League (IPL) which will cost the players a lot of money.

Listen below to this interview:


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