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Pak will shortly reveal 'spot-fixing' scandal mastermind: PCB chief

Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Chairman Ijaz Butt has claimed that the national team has been unfairly targeted in the spot-fixing scandal, and said that he will name the mastermind behind the controversy. We will shortly reveal the people, bodies and parties involved in this sinister conspiracy, The Sydney Morning Herald quoted Butt, as saying.


Karachi, Sep 20: Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Chairman Ijaz Butt has claimed that the national team has been unfairly targeted in the 'spot-fixing' scandal, and said that he will name the mastermind behind the controversy. We will shortly reveal the people, bodies and parties involved in this sinister conspiracy," The Sydney Morning Herald quoted Butt, as saying.

"We reserve the right to sue them for the damage," he added.

Butt also claimed that the media in "certain countries are biased and not fair".

"This is not a conspiracy to defraud the bookies, this is a conspiracy to defraud Pakistan and Pakistan cricket," he added.

Pakistan won Friday's third ODI against England at The Oval by 23 runs, but the win has been overshadowed by another spot-fixing controversy.

The International Cricket Council has launched an investigation after a British tabloid alleged that the scoring pattern in Pakistan's innings was prearranged.

Pakistan team currently trails the five-match series 2-1. The fourth ODI will be played at Lord's on Monday, while fifth match will be played at Southampton on Wednesday.

ANI

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