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August 10, 2009: The ICC said that its Anti-Corruption and Security Unit (ACSU), found "no evidence" to support suggestions that Pakistan players had contact with Indian bookmakers during their tour of Sri Lanka after some of the team players complained to team Manager Yawar Saeed that persons they had suspected to be bookmakers had tried to contact them at the Hotel.
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August 10, 2009: An audio tape of a phone conversation between Mohammad Illyas, a Pakistan selector, and Saleem Altaf, the PCB's chief operating officer, alludes to match-fixing in the ICL. Illyas, father-in-law of Imran Farhat, who played in the ICL, accuses Lahore Badshahs players of having fixed matches.
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On May 15, 2010, Pakistani leg-spinner Danish Kaneria, who plays for Es***, and young fast bowler Mervyn Westfield were arrested by Es*** Police on Suspicion of conspiracy to commit fraud following alleged spot fixing revelations during an Es***'s Pro 40 match against Durham.
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August 29, 2010: One of the biggest scandals to have hit Pakistan Cricket takes place following the "News of the World" expose which showed Mazhar Majeed, a British Property developer and Sports agent rigging the Lords Test Match between England and Pakistan.

Taking note of the situation ICC's Anti Corruption unit teams up with the Metropolitan police who are leading the inquiry into the allegation that two bowler Mohammad Aamer and Mohammad Asif deliberately bowled no balls at the Lord's.
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