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Butt, Asif and Aamer guilty verdicts raises more critical questions

The guilty verdicts handed out to Salman Butt and Mohammad Asif

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Preview: Pakistan look for improved performance against Sri Lanka in the second Test

Misbah-ul Haq will look for an improved performance from his fielders to menace Sri Lanka in the second Test which starts at Dubai sports city stadium from Wednesday.

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Jayawardene expects tough series against Pakistan despite controversies

By CricketCountry Staff

 

Sri Lanka middle-order batsman Mahela Jayawardene expects Pakistan to come hard at Sri Lanka in their upcoming series despite their off-field issues and controversies.

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ICC, London police probed Pak cricketers during England tour

The ICC and the Metropolitan police in London thoroughly investigated the alleged involvement of several Pakistani players in spot fixing during last year's tour of England before clearing them to play for their national team.

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PCB fears more players to be involved in match fixing

The PCB seems to be concerned with the ongoing trial in London of the three banned Pakistani players -- Salman Butt, Mohd Asif and Mohd Aamir -- and their London based agent Mazhar Majeed as murkier picture emerges about the involvement of more Pakistanis in the fixing racket.

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Wahab Riaz, Akmal brothers come under scanner for spot-fixing

The names of three more Pakistani cricketers, including the Akmal brothers, have cropped up for their alleged involvement in spot-fixing during the ongoing criminal trials against former captain Salman Butt and Mohammad Asif at a local court here.

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A single Indo-Pak match attracts illegal bets worth a billion dollars

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A spot-fixing trial judge on Thursday was told that illegal bets worth a billion dollars are put on a single India-Pakistan cricket match.

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Salman Butt agreed to ‘bat maiden over’, says prosecutor

Former Pakistan skipper Salman Butt agreed to score no runs in an over during last year's Oval Test match against England as part of a betting scam.

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Pakistan recall Gul, Riaz; Umar Akmal dropped for Sri Lanka series

 

Seasoned pace bowlers Umar Gul and Wahab Riaz were recalled to the Pakistan squad for the Test series against Sri Lanka but the national selectors dropped young batsman Umar Akmal for the three matches.

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Poor response for the T20 championship baffles organisers

With the ongoing National T20 Championship in Karachi failing to attract big crowd despite presence of some top players, experts have suggested to organise the tournament in smaller cities in future.

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