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Relieved at the Supreme Court decision to lift the ban on him imposed by the BCCI over his alleged involvement in the spot-fixing scandal, S. Sreesanth has said that he is looking to get back to playing competitive cricket.

The International Cricket Council on Wednesday suspended the six umpires caught in a TV sting, which alleged that they were willing to fix Twenty20 matches, pending the completion of an inquiry against them.

Jaywant Lele, who monitored the happenings of the match-fixing scandal that rocked the game a decade ago, has insisted that no evidence was ever found that Indian cricketers

Pakistani police said Wednesday that arrested bookmakers have confessed to being behind death threats to former national wicket-keeper Zulqarnain Haider.

The ICC needs to understand the working of the sports betting industry to recognise when match-fixing may occur, according to Ken Rutherford, the former New Zealand captain who now works in the South African sports betting business.

The ICC has finally announced that the trio of Salman Butt, Mohammad Asif and Mohammad Asif will be banned from international cricket for a period of five years at the minimum each.

DOHA: Pakistan cricketers Salman Butt, Mohammad Asif and Mohammad Aamer are set to learn their fate on Tuesday with an anti-corruption tribunal against them expected to wind up.