Kusal Mendis hit a cyclist while driving, killing him in the Colombo suburb of Panadura in Sri Lanka.
Sri Lanka's former sports minister said Saturday he has offered more evidence to cricket's world governing body that he says shows the 2011 World Cup was fixed.
The ICC said that it has not been provided any evidence by the Sri Lanka Cricket that would merit an investigation into the game.
Sri Lankan police on Friday dropped a match-fixing investigation into the 2011 World Cup final saying they found no evidence of Sri Lankan players letting India win.
Upul Tharanga, who scored two runs off 20 deliveries in the 2011 World Cup final at Wankhede Stadium, was called in after investigators quizzed chief selector Aravinda de Silva for nearly six hours on Tuesday.
Former Sri Lanka skipper, Aravinda de Silva, was the first to be interviewed by the newly established sports-related anti-corruption unit
Shane Warne and Muttiah Muralitharan are regarded as two of the finest spinners in the history of the game.
Sri Lanka has ordered a criminal probe into allegations the 2011 cricket World Cup final was "sold" to India, officials said Monday
Cricket South Africa will have a meeting on Thursday to plot its course back to action.
Mominul Haque said cricketers should be mentally tuned to themselves at this time.
The Lankan government has ordered an enquiry into the matter and a special Police investigation unit recorded Mahindananda Aluthgamage's statement on Wednesday.
Current incumbent Kumar Sangakkara, the first non-British MCC president, nominated Clare Connor via video link from his native Sri Lanka during an annual general meeting on Wednesday.
Bangladesh pulled out of the scheduled tour due to their players not being prepared owing to the coronavirus pandemic, Sri Lanka Cricket said in a statement.
The Sri Lanka Cricket said that none of the contracted players of the SLC have sought permission to take part in the PDC T10 League.
The captain of Sri Lanka at that time, Kumar Sangakkara, asked former sports minister Mahindananda Aluthgamage to produce evidence for an anti-corruption probe.
Kumar Sangakkara and Mahela Jayawardene ridiculed the claim by former sports minister who had said that Sri Lanka sold the 2011 World Cup final.
Sri Lanka "sold" the 2011 World Cup final to India, the country's former sports minister said on Thursday, reviving one of cricket's most explosive match-fixing controversies.
Sri Lanka head coach Mickey Arthur said the players are raring to play international cricket again after his team completed a first post lockdown training session.