Pakistan domestic match being investigated for match-fixing

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A report will be handed in within the next seven days

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) have announced that they are investigating a Faysal Bank T20 Cup match between Sialkot Stallions and Karachi Dolphins, which took place on February 11, for match-fixing.

The Stallions were bowled out for 91 and subsequently lost the match by six wickets.

The PCB have assembled a three-member committee to investigate the match-fixing allegations.

The committee will consist of Shafiq Ahmed, who is the general manager of domestic cricket operations, Wasim Ahmed Shahid, the PCB’s senior security and anti-corruption manager, and Ali Naqvi, who is an independent cricketer.

The committee will submit a report to Subhan Ahmed, who is the PCB’s chief operating officer, within a week.

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