ICC Anti-Corruption Unit chief Alex Marshall said they had not been presented with any evidence that would merit an investigation into the allegations of the 2011 World Cup final being fixed.
India players very alert when it comes to reporting corrupt approaches, says BCCI ACU chief Ajit Singh
The threat of online corrupt approaches does not cause much anxiety to BCCI's head of Anti Corruption Unit (ACU) Ajit Singh, who says Indian players are well aware of the modus operandi of fixers and are quick to report anything suspect.
'Known corruptors' using lockdown time to connect with players on social media, says ICC's ACU chief
No competitive match has taken place since a Pakistan Super League game on 15 March as players globally have been in lockdown enforced to contain the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic, which has killed lakhs worldwide.
While the Ahmed brothers, Irfan and Nadeem were banned for life, their Hong Kong teammate Haseeb Amjad also received a ban for five years for match-fixing
Sanath Jayasuriya banned for two years for breaching ICC Anti-Corruption Code, former Sri Lanka captain claims innocence
Former Sri Lanka opener Sanath Jayasuriya has been charged with two counts of breaching the ICC Anti-Corruption Code.
ICC puts 10-year ban on UAE-based coach Irfan Ansari for making 'corrupt approach' to Pakistan captain Safraz Ahmed
The ban came after the ICC Anti-Corruption Tribunal found him guilty of breaching three counts of the Anti-Corruption Code during a hearing here, the world body said in a statement.
The ICC said it had received a "positive response" after granting a 15-day amnesty this month for players, coaches or anyone else linked to the sport to come clean, free of the threat of punishment.
The International Cricket Council (ICC) on Wednesday announced a 15-day amnesty for whistleblowers who have previously failed to report corruption in the embattled sport in Sri Lanka, warning of five-year bans if they fail to come clean.
The ICC suspended Sri Lanka's bowling coach Nuwan Zoysa after accusing him of match-fixing and other "corrupt conduct" in the sport
Fresh spot-fixing claims made in Al Jazeera documentary; ICC questions broadcaster's denial to share video footage
A report on Al Jazeera channel's website stated that "the evidence, from 2011 and 2012, points to a small group of England players allegedly carrying out spot-fixes in seven matches
Most bookies in international cricket come from India, says ICC's Anti-Corruption Unit official Alex Marshall
Marshall's revelations even though alarming is not surprising after Pakistan leg-spinner Danish Kaneria on Thursday admitted having taken money from an Indian bookmaker Anu Bhatt to fix matches.
The International Cricket Council's anti-corruption chief Alex Marshall said Sri Lanka was the subject of corruption inquiries but the England tour itself was not under question.
ICC CEO David Richardson urges Al Jazeera to provide unedited footage of sting operation into fixing
The ICC has been demanding unedited footage and GM (ACU) Alex Marshall said that Al Jazeera has not co-operated, something that Richardson reiterated.
No proof of corruption against curator Pandurang Salgaonkar, but ICC suspends him for six months for failure to report approach
Mr Salgaonkar has accepted that he has committed the offence and has received a six-month suspension, which has been backdated to 25 October 2017
International cricket chiefs said Thursday they have found no evidence of match-fixing during the third Ashes Test between Australia and England following an investigation into allegations made by a British newspaper.
ICC on Thursday said there was no evidence of corruption during the third Ashes Test last December, contradicting claims made by a British tabloid following a sting operation.
The ICC confirmed that there is "strong evidence" to indicate that the Ajman All Stars tournament is a "corrupt event" but at the same time clarified that the parent body cannot take action as it is not under their sanctioning purview.