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Barmy Army dream up NINE songs to mock cricket cheats Steve Smith and David Warner during the World Cup and The Ashes England's Barmy Army have prepared new songs for Warner and Smith's return Sir Ian Botham said Warner won't be able to handle the English crowds and songs The Barmy Army have previously made songs mocking Warner and Smith 

By Thomas Duff For Daily Mail Australia and Australian Associated Press

Published: 04:02 BST, 22 May 2019 | Updated: 04:04 BST, 22 May 2019

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England's Barmy Army, have written nine songs to insult Australian cricketers Steve Smith and David Warner during their appearance at the World Cup and The Ashes. 

Legendary allrounder Sir Ian Botham mentioned the songs while speaking at the Australian High Commission in London, and predicted Warner would find it difficult to handle the English crowd. 

Warner and Smith are expected to face a hostile reception from England fans now they have returned from their 12-month ban for their roles in the ball-tampering scandal. 

The notorious English group, Barmy Army, have written nine songs to insult Australian cricketers Steve Smith and David Warner 9 (pictured with wife Candice Warner) during their appearance at the World Cup and The Ashes

The notorious English group, Barmy Army, have written nine songs to insult Australian cricketers Steve Smith and David Warner 9 (pictured with wife Candice Warner) during their appearance at the World Cup and The Ashes 

Warner and Smith (pictured with fiance Dani Willis) have returned from their 12-month ban from cricket for their roles in the sandpaper tampering scandal in South Africa

Warner and Smith (pictured with fiance Dani Willis) have returned from their 12-month ban from cricket for their roles in the sandpaper tampering scandal in South Africa

'The Barmy Army have already done about eight or nine songs - I think David Warner might feature a fair bit in those,' Sir Ian Botham said. 

Sir Botham doesn't think Warner will handle the songs after he walked off the field due to comments made by cricketer Phillip Hughes's brother, Jason, regarding the ball tampering incident. 

'I'm

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