Nobody can buy me, big-time Pakistan power-hitter says he is immune to match-fixing offers

Former Pakistan all-rounder Abdul Razzaq said nobody can buy him

Former Pakistan all-rounder Abdul Razzaq: “I belong to a family where children are taught honesty. We have always learned to earn and eat Halal. So, nobody can buy me”

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Former Pakistan all-rounder Abdul Razzaq said nobody can buy him after revealing that he was approached by Indian bookies.

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Sri Lanka likely to launch match-fixing probe against Indian player

Dissanayake has been urged to look into the matter since it involves a leading Indian batsman

Dissanayake has been urged to look into the matter as soon as possible since it involves a leading Indian batsman

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Sri Lanka’s new sports minister Navin Dissanayake has been urged to investigate a match-fixing incident involving an Indian player during the 2010 Asia Cup.

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ICC partner up with law enforcement agencies in Australia and New Zealand

"I can safely say that the World Cup will be free of any corruption or spot fixing"

“I can safely say that the World Cup will be free of any corruption or spot fixing”

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The International Cricket Council (ICC) have partnered up with law enforcement agencies in Australia and New Zealand in order to stop bookies from approaching players during the 2015 World Cup.

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