The Worldwide Cricket Council says there isn’t a proof the third Ashes check had been “corrupted” after claims in a British newspaper that bookmakers provided to repair elements of the match.
The Solar newspaper revealed purported proof of bookmakers providing to promote particulars of rigged durations of play for betting functions within the check which started on Thursday in Perth.
ICC anti-corruption unit common supervisor Alex Marshall launched an investigation.
“From my preliminary evaluation of the fabric, there isn’t any proof, both from The Solar or by way of our personal intelligence, to recommend the present check match has been corrupted,” Marshall stated in a press release. “At this stage of the investigation, there isn’t a indication that any gamers on this check have been in touch with the alleged fixers.
“The allegations are large-ranging and relate to varied types of cricket in a number of nations, together with T20 tournaments. We’ll look intently in any respect the knowledge as a part of our investigation.”
Marshall stated police haven’t been contacted over the claims.
“Nothing has been referred as but as a result of we’re nonetheless assessing the knowledge. If we deem that offenses have taken place in nations…