Bangladesh confirms ‘spot-fix’ method at Women’s T20 World Cup

Bangladesh cricket chiefs stated Wednesday that certainly one of their gamers collaborating within the 2023 Women’s T20 World Cup had been approached in an tried spot-fixing case.

“The team management in South Africa informed us that one player had been approached,” Shafiul Alam Nadel, chairman of the Bangladesh Cricket Board’s (BCB) girls’s wing, instructed AFP.

Media experiences claimed that an audio recording exists of a dialog by which particulars of a spot-fixing allegation had been outlined.

The BCB stated that the incident has been reported to the International Cricket Council (ICC).

“We informed the ICC of the matter. Now they will take the necessary action. We will extend our highest cooperation,” added Alam Nadel.

Spot-fixing includes betting on particular facets of a cricket match with out wagering on the end result.

“ICC’s anti-corruption unit has been informed of the matter. They will see if the allegation has merit. The BCB has very little to do here,” stated Nizamuddin Chowdhury, the chief govt officer of the BCB.

Bangladesh have misplaced each of their matches on the World Cup presently underway in South Africa to Sri Lanka and defending champions Australia.

They play their subsequent sport on Friday in opposition to New Zealand in Cape Town.

Source web site:

( No ratings yet )