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ICC's anti-corruption unit probing Oz-Pak match fixing suspect

The International Cricket Councils Anti-Corruption and Security Unit is investigating calls allegedly made by a Pakistani suspect, whose name is being withheld for now, to fix a Test match between Pakistan and Australia in the United Kingdom.


London, Sept.22 : The International Cricket Council's Anti-Corruption and Security Unit is investigating calls allegedly made by a Pakistani suspect, whose name is being withheld for now, to fix a Test match between Pakistan and Australia in the United Kingdom.

The call was made on July 20, the day before Pakistan began a test match against Australia at Headingley in Leeds. The notorious bookie is recorded calling the suspect in England from Delhi in India - apparently to get details. He is told to speak to a match-fixer in Dubai.

The bookie agrees to stump up his share of the match-fixing kitty and is told to ring the next day.

When he does, the Dubai fixer tells him the Pakistani run total will fall within a three-run window after two separate ten-over sessions, enabling the syndicate to make a killing. The totals DID fall within the precise range stated.

Details of the calls are contained in a dossier The Sun has handed to the ICC. It is probing alleged "suspicious scoring patterns" during last Friday's one-day match against England at The Oval, which we reported on Saturday.

The ICC said: "We cannot comment on ongoing investigations."

The revelations came on another day of shambolic farce in the Pakistan camp.

Officials told the media tour manager Yawar Saeed, 75, would announce he would quit at an afternoon press conference.

One hour later, he insisted: "I'm not resigned, I'm not resigning and I will not resign tomorrow."

The tour ends after a one-day international in Southampton today.

ANI

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