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PCB boss Butt denies accusing England of 'throwing' fixed match at Oval

Pakistan Cricket Board chairman Ijaz Butt has denied accusing the English players of being involved in match-fixing, after earlier suggesting that they may have thrown a one-day international match for an enormous amount of cash.


London, Sept 21 : Pakistan Cricket Board chairman Ijaz Butt has denied accusing the English players of being involved in match-fixing, after earlier suggesting that they may have thrown a one-day international match for an "enormous" amount of cash.

Butt said in an interview that he had merely been relaying information from bookmakers relating to England's one-day defeat to Pakistan at the Oval, the Daily Times reports.

"I have never said this. If you listen to the full tape of the NDTV interview, the bookies are saying this. I am not saying this," he said.

Butt triggered an uproar when he linked England's cricketers to match-fixing, in an interview on Sunday. "There is loud and clear talk in bookie circles that some English players were paid enormous amounts of money to lose the (Oval) match," Butt claimed. "No wonder there was total collapse of the English side."

ANI

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