ICC Confirms Suspected Bookie Approached Aussie Player


Dubai, Aug 20: International Cricket Council (ICC) Wednesday confirmed that its Anti-Corruption and Security Unit (ACSU) has received a report from the Australian team management on a man, suspected of links to illegal bookmaking, approaching one of their players.

"There is no evidence of any illegal activity as a result of this approach, which took place following the second Test at Lord's in July, and the ICC would like to place on record its praise for the player approached and the Australia team management for reporting the issue," ICC said in a statement.


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