LAHORE: The probe of Pakistan Super League spot-fixing scandal has been extended to England, ARY News reported on Saturday.
Anti-Corruption Unit (ACU) of Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) will visit England to question Nasir Jamshed who is recently living in the country.
The 2010 spot-fixing issue surfaced and decided in England, in which Pakistani cricketers Salman Butt, Mohammad Asif and Mohammad Amir faced trial and jailed for the cheating offence.
Opening batsman Nasir Jamshed facing charges of playing a go-between role in PSL spot-fixing scandal between bookies and the players.
The PCB Anti-Corruption Unit will visit England for questioning Nasir Jamshed who said to be reside at Old Hill Dudley. PCB chairman Shaharyar Khan has confirmed the report.
Jamshed will visit Pakistan High Commission in London to attend the questioning session with the ACU officials.
PCB had provisionally suspended Nasir Jamshed from all forms of cricket for violating its anti-corruption code after surfacing of the spot-fixing scandal and the player’s alleged involvement in it.
Opening batsmen Sharjeel Khan, Khalid Latif, seamer Mohammad Irfan and Shahzeb Hasan have also been suspended and facing charges for their alleged role in the fixing scandal that rocked the second edition of the PSL.