Three international cricket captains report attempted fixing approaches

• ICC investigating after cases were flagged up in past two months
• Up to seven live investigations into current match-fixing attempts

The International Cricket Council’s anti-corruption unit is understood to be conducting up to seven live investigations into fixing, with three international captains having reported illicit approaches in the past two months.

Of the captains, two names have already leaked. Pakistan’s Sarfraz Ahmed and Graeme Cremer of Zimbabwe have already been reported to have rebuffed offers from intermediaries and flagged them up to the relevant authorities within an hour. The identity of the third is yet to be established and the ICC do not comment in such instances.

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