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Today: Thursday, December 14, 2017
 
ICC promises ruthless action if any players found guilty
 
NEW DELHI (Reuters) ? The International Cricket Council will take ruthless actions if any player is found guilty in the Lord's spot-fixing scandal, ICC President Sharad Pawar said on Monday.
Pawar told a news conference in Mumbai the governing body was waiting for police in London to complete their investigation into allegations made by a British newspaper that Pakistani pacemen Mohammad Amir and Mohammad Asif bowled three deliberate no-balls by pre-arrangement during the Lord's test against England.
If, unfortunately, there is a truth (in the allegations) then ruthless actions will be taken, Pawar said.
I am absolutely confident that both boards -- English and Pakistani -- will never encourage or protect anybody who has done a wrong thing.
Whatever the allegations, they are quite serious, he added.
The allegations of spot fixing were made in The News of the World newspaper on Sunday.
England won the test series 3-1.
(Edited by Alison Wildey
To query or comment on this story email sportsfeedback@thomsonreuters.com)


 
 
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