Smith has been suspended for one test by the International Cricket Council.
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Australia captain Steve Smith will be sent home in disgrace from a tour of South Africa for his role in a ball-tampering scandal, but coach Darren Lehmann will remain in charge, Australia's team management said Tuesday.Smith and opening batsman Cameron Bancroft, the player caught on camera attempting to doctor the ball with a piece of tape, will return home for their role after an incident that has dragged Australian cricket's reputation through the mud.Sutherland indicated that the three players could expect tough penalties over the incident last Saturday.Smith said after the Test that the Australians' "leadership group" had been aware of the plan to alter the condition of the ball.
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