The Australian bowlers in a joint statement published on Mitchell Starc's website had denied any wrongdoing and said it was 'time to move on'
Cameron Bancroft had appeared to imply Australia's bowlers may have known about the Newlands ball-tampering plot, which they strongly deny
Broad also agreed with Cameron Bancroft that the knowledge of the illegal ploy was not limited to the three men who were suspended for their part in it.
Bancroft was caught on camera using sandpaper on the ball in the third Test against South Africa in 2018 for which he was handed 9-month ban
The 2018 ball-tampering scandal in South Africa had led to a review of Australia's win-at-all-cost team culture
Cameron Bancroft created a fresh storm in Australian cricket by suggesting that more bowlers were aware of the ball-tampering during their Test match against...
The ball-tampering scandal in 2018 had led to a review of Australia's team culture and led to one-year bans on then captain Steve Smith, his deputy David...
The trio of Bancroft, Steve Smith and David Warner were banned for their roles in the ball tampering scandal.
Cameron Bancroft and Joe Burns were named in the 14-man Australian squad for the Test series against visiting Pakistan
Australia batsman David Warner was reduced to tears by his year-long ball-tampering ban but saw the funny side with England fans during Day 3's play of 1st...
One of the involved players in the 2018 ball-tampering scandal in South Africa, Australia opener had to walk off the field early after being dismissed by...
Australia and England will battle for the Ashes, but a unified XI featuring Joe Root, Steve Smith, James Anderson and David Warner could be devastating
Having been beaten by England in the Cricket World Cup semi-finals, Australia will now turn their attention to Test action, with the Ashes beginning on August 1
The disgraced 26-year-old was picked in the Perth Scorchers team despite only having played club cricket since the infamous Sandpaper gate in March.