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Pakistan all-rounder Fawad Alam has rubbished speculation that he was overlooked for the tours of Ireland and England due to his involvement in illegal fixing activities.
Alam was snubbed for the two tours even though he has been one of the best performers on the domestic circuit for the past few years.
Alam has been one of the most consistent performers on the domestic circuit as his average for the past four seasons of the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy has been 40.71, 55.54, 56 and 71.90.
“I think I don’t need to explain myself, as I have done nothing wrong,” Alam was quoted as saying by the Business Recorder. “My entire cricket career has been clean, committing fixing is one thing I cannot even think about.
“If there were such issues, I would not have been playing [on the] domestic circuit like a lot of players who are out of domestic cricket as well.”