Cricket South Africa warned the cricket fans to be polite and if any embarrassing situations created in the venue during T20I and ODI series to be held between South Africa and Australia then they will be moved out from the stadium.
For the first time David Warner and Steve Smith were touring to South Africa after the ball tampering issue of 2018. It is believed that there would be some verbal volleys that they might have come through from the crowd of the South Africa stadium.
So, South Africa Cricket board is trying their best to make situations as better as they can letting it not go out of the hand. Jacques Faul, CSA chief executive suggested the spectators who ever comes to watch the game not to be disrespect towards Smith and Warner who were scoring hugely after their come back, for Australian team.
Jacques said “ I would plead all South African fans to be respectful to our opponents and don’t let it go overboard with things. In terms of fans behavior we have very strict policy and we surely move the people out of the stadium, but the damage will have been done.”
Warner said that he is expecting the situations would be aggressive but he is not going to bother of that. During the ODI World Cup in England, he faced lot of trolling from the spectators crowd but he let his bat talk.
In World Cup, he ended up as one of the highest run scorers and since then he never looked back. He along with the player Smith wants to keep same kind of strength and efforts performing strong in South Africa as well so that the bitter past of their infamous scandal can be erased from the minds of fans.