ICC yet to react to report on spot-fixing in West Indies-Pakistan ODI series

Updated: 28 July 2013 17:59 IST

According to a report, the ODI series which Pakistan won 3-1 was under the scanner as suspicious betting patterns were identified during the low-profile series.

Dubai:

The International Cricket Council is yet to react to a British newspaper report on Sunday which claimed that the recent one-day series between Pakistan and the West Indies could be investigated for allegations of "wrongdoing".

The ICC generally does not make comments about the activities of its Anti-Corruption and Security Unit.

According to a British newspaper, the ODI series which Pakistan won 3-1, one match ending tied, was under the scanner as suspicious betting patterns were identified during the low-profile series.

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