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Jul 11, 2016
Mohammad Amir's career could come full circle during Lord's Test against EnglandMohammad Amir has served his punishment for spot fixing at Lord's, six years later he returns to the same ground with a second chance to revive his career.
Mar 21, 2012
Aamir lying about my son to revive his career: Butt's fatherButt's family has not taken kindly to the comments made by Aamir in an interview to a British channel where the pacer said he was tricked into spot-fixing by Salman and bookie Mazhar Majeed and that he did not bowl no balls against England for money.
Mar 20, 2012
Mohammad Amir accuses captain, agent of entrapmentBanned Pakistan fast bowler Mohammad Amir has accused former captain Salman Butt and agent Mazhar Majeed of tricking him into bowling deliberate no-balls in the 2010 Lord's Test against England.
Nov 04, 2011
I feel responsible for the mess he's in: Majeed's brotherBookmaker Mazhar Majeed's elder brother Azhar feels responsible for all the spot-fixing mess since it was he, who introduced his brother to cricket and cricketers.
Nov 05, 2011
Asif to challenge conviction in spot fixing case: reportJailed Pakistan pacer Mohammad Asif's lawyers are set to appeal against his conviction in the spot-fixing scam and if successful, it could lead to his release from prison.
Nov 02, 2011
Bookie Majeed pleads guilty in spot-fixing trial, accepts paying bribe to trioMazhar Majeed, who was at the centre of the spot-fixing case too pleaded guilty of charges of conspiracy to cheat and conspiracy to obtain and accept corrupt payments during the 2010 Lord's Test between Pakistan and England.
Nov 03, 2011
Spot fixing: Butt gets 30 mths jail, Amir, Asif shorter termsMajeed received the longest jail term — 32 months. Next up, was former Pakistan skipper Butt — he got 30 months. Asif received a jail term of one year. And Amir, the youngest of the lot, will be in jail for six months.
Oct 31, 2011
No unanimous verdict in spot-fixing trial, deliberations to resume on MondayThe jury hearing the trial of Pakistani cricketers Salman Butt and Mohammad Asif, who are accused of spot-fixing, have failed to reach an unanimous decision, prompting the judge to ask for a majority verdict.
Nov 01, 2011
If you do worse, be ready for worse: Dhoni on spot fixingWhile India skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni did not seem surprised at the verdict handed out to Pakistani cricketers Salman Butt and Mohammed Asif, Pakistan team's manager Yawar Saeed said the spot fixing case has stained the country's image badly.
Oct 14, 2011
No Aussie player involved in match fixing, says ClarkeAustralia Test and One-Day captain Michael Clarke has defended his players against match-fixing allegations after a sports agent said the country's top cricketers were "the biggest" culprits.