Match fixing: PCB not jumping to conclusions

Match fixing: PCB not jumping to conclusions

New Delhi : India | Mar 12, 2012 at 1:35 AM PDT
Source: Pak Tribune
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While the newspaper reported that the International Cricket Council (ICC) has decided to launch an inquiry into the claims, made by a Delhi bookmaker, the PCB said it will wait for the evidence' before making an initiative. It depends on what evidence is presented to the PCB, the board's chief operating... FULL ARTICLE AT Pak Tribune
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