The ICC suspended Sri Lanka's bowling coach Nuwan Zoysa after accusing him of match-fixing and other "corrupt conduct" in the sport
Sri Lankan great Sanath Jayasuriya maintains he's conducted himself with 'integrity'a day after getting charged by ICC
The ICC charged Jayasuriya for violating the anti-corruption code which deals with non-cooperation in investigations. However, he was not accused of indulging in any corrupt activity.
Sanath Jayasuriya not accused of match fixing, charged by ICC for non cooperation with investigations and destroying evidence
Sanath Jayasuriya has not been provisionally suspended or charged for match fixing or spot fixing. His offense relates to non cooperation with investigations and withholding, concealing or destroying evidence.
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.
Spot-fixing sting: Former Sri Lanka captain Arjuna Ranatunga accuses ICC for failing to tackle corruption
Arjuna Ranatunga, now a government minister, said cricket corruption in Sri Lanka went far beyond the claims made in an Al Jazeera documentary which aired on Sunday.
ICC investigating Galle pitch-fixing charges; urges documentary makers to share 'all evidence and supporting material'
An advance report on the documentary, which will be broadcast on Sunday, said two Sri Lankans and a former Indian player were caught discussing how to rig England's opening Test against Sri Lanka in November.
"I was also in India giving commentaries at the time. When we lost, I was distressed and I had a doubt," former Sri Lanka skipper Arjuna Ranatunga said.