Nasir had originally denied being involved in a plan to encourage players to underperform deliberately in the PSL 2018 game between Islamabad United and Peshawar Zalmi in Dubai
Nasir Jamshed was banned for 10 years in August 2018 by an anti-corruption tribunal for his part in a spot-fixing scandal that engulfed the Pakistan Super League (PSL) in 2017 and was charged with bribery offences last December.
Pakistan's tainted opening batsman Sharjeel Khan is set to be part of the players draft for the fifth edition of Pakistan Super League (PSL).
Sharjeel Khan needs to admit to spot-fixing, attend rehabilitation programme if he wants to play again: PCB
Sharjeel was banned from all forms of cricket for five years in August 2017 for his role in the spot-fixing scandal that marred Pakistan Super League (PSL) earlier that year but the PCB's Anti-Corruption Tribunal had said half of his ban would remain suspended.
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Former Pakistan opener Nasir Jamshed and two other men have been given a trial date after they were accused of conspiring to offer bribes to professional cricket players.
Sharjeel Khan accepts all charges imposed on him by PCB's Anti-Corruption Tribunal in hope of early comeback to domestic cricket
Sharjeel Khan is serving a five-year ban, half of which is suspended, for his role in spot-fixing scandal during the Pakistan Super League (PSL) in February, 2017.
Banned Pakistan batsman Sharjeel Khan ready to attend PCB's rehabilitation program to make early comeback
Sharjeel Khan, who was suspended and sent home after the start of the Pakistan Super League in February last year, will be eligible to play cricket again in September, 2019 after the expiry of his ban with half of it suspended.
Banned former Pakistan batsman Nasir Jamshed has been charged in Britain with bribery offences as part of an investigation into spot-fixing in cricket, the National Crime Agency said on Thursday.
Pakistan Cricket Board rejects spot-fixing charges made against national team in Al Jazeera's latest documentary
In response to the Al Jazeera's latest documentary, which claimed that four international matches involving Pakistan were spot-fixed, the PCB said the allegations were under review jointly by the ICC and its own Anti-Corruption Unit.
The 28-year-old — one of six players banned for multiple charges of spot fixing — was sanctioned by an anti-corruption tribunal in August for his role in the scandal, which tainted the Twenty20 tournament in only its second year.
Nasir Jamshed, 28, is the sixth player to be banned following the scandal that tainted the T20 tournament in only its second year, and was described by cricket authorities as its lynchpin.
Pakistan Cricket Board initiates inquiry against Test player Hasan Raza for appearance in spot-fixing video
In the video, Pakistan batsman Raza is seen sitting in the same room in which former Indian domestic cricketer, Robin Morris from Mumbai, talks about facilitating spot-fixing in T20 tournaments.
Pakistan Cricket Board set to ban discarded Test opener Nasir Jamshed for role in spot-fixing scandal
The PCB filed a chargesheet against Nasir, 28, last week with the anti-corruption tribunal containing six allegations against the opener who resides in the United Kingdom now.
The PCB said in a statement that Nasir had been issued a notice under which he has been charged with multiple violations of the code of conduct in respect of spot-fixing and corruption issues.
Khalid Latif's appeal against 5-year ban rejected by PCB's appellate tribunal, Rs 1 million fine waived off
An appellate tribunal of Pakistan Cricket Board has rejected an appeal by international batsman Khalid Latif to set aside a five-year ban imposed on him by the Anti-Corruption unit of the PCB
The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) will step up security arrangements of players and officials during the third edition of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) to be held in Dubai and Sharjah from 22 February.
PSL spot-fixing: Former Pakistan batsman Nasir Jamshed banned by PCB after failing to cooperate with investigation
Former opener Nasir Jamshed has been handed a one-year ban by the Pakistan Cricket Board's anti-corruption tribunal for failing to cooperate with the investigators in a spot-fixing case
Pakistan batsman Nasir Jamshed handed one year ban after failing to cooperate with PCB's corruption probe
Pakistan batsman Nasir Jamshed has been banned for a year for failing to co-operate with the Pakistan Cricket Board’s (PCB) Anti-Corruption Unit (ACU) regarding an investigation into corruption
Sharjeel Khan was found guilty of meeting with a suspected bookmaker and accepting an offer to spot-fix during a match of the Pakistan Super League in Dubai in February