Michael Clarke kept open the possibility he could return as Australia captain as his successor Steve Smith was caught up in a ball-tampering scandal.
Steve Smith could well be considering his future as Australia captain in the wake of the ball-tampering row, says Mike Atherton.
Nasser Hussain has criticised Australia for "blatant attempt to ball tamper" and for their "double standards".
After Australia's ball-tampering shame in South Africa, we look back at five other scandals in Test cricket...
Steve Smith has admitted Australia’s players planned to alter the ball during the third Test match against South Africa.
South Africa stretched their advantage in the third Test to 294 runs as Australia were caught up in a ball-tampering scandal.
Australia could find themselves in hot water after footage appeared to show Cameron Bancroft using a foreign object on the ball.
Dominic Cork has his say on the Australia ball-tampering incident and looks at England's disastrous start in New Zealand...
Bob Willis reacts to the Australian ball-tampering scandal on The Cricket Debate show, saying Australia captain Steve Smith's "days are numbered".
Morne Morkel claimed his 300th Test Wicket as South Africa eeked ahead of Australia on day two of the second Test in Cape Town.
David Warner was the target of abusive comments from a spectator on the second day of Australia's third Test against South Africa.
Pat Cummins' devastating four-wicket spell brought Australia back into the third Test in Cape Town following Dean Elgar's century.
The hotly-contested four-match Test series between South Africa and Australia resumes as the teams head to Newlands for the third game tied at 1-1.
We recap the fractious series between South Africa and Australia ahead of the third Test, live on Sky Sports Cricket.
Steve Smith says there is now a "line in the sand" when it comes to physical contact on the cricket field after Kagiso Rabada's ban was overturned.
Kagiso Rabada has been cleared to play for South Africa against Australia after his ban was rescinded on appeal.
Kagiso Rabada will learn the result of his appeal against a ban for the remaining two Tests against Australia within 48 hours.
Bob Willis talks England selection for the first Test in New Zealand, reacts to Kagiso Rabada's ban and worries about the West Indies...
South Africa paceman Kagiso Rabada has been banned for the rest of the Test series against Australia.
Kagiso Rabada ended with 11 wickets in the match as South Africa levelled the series with a six-wicket win over Australia in the second Test.
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