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Nasir Jamshed gives a false representation of the cricket fix in Pakistan

A previous global cricketer and two other men have denied connivance to offer kickbacks to cricket players in the Pakistan Super League.

Nasir Jamshed, a previous Pakistani batsman open, Yousef Mohammed Anwar and Ijaz were captured after an examination concerning the supposedly aura of focuses by the National Crime Agency.

The wrongdoings are said to have happened between the finish of 2016 and the start of 2017.

The three respondents pronounced themselves not liable in the Manchester Crown Court.

Jamshed, 32, of High Street, Walsall, played 48 worldwide days for Pakistan and showed up somewhere in the range of 2008 and 2015.

Mr. Anwar, 35, of Littlebrook Avenue, Slough, and Mr. Ijaz, 33, of Chippingham Road, Sheffield, are additionally blamed for planning to influence Bangladesh Premier League players toward the finish of 2016.

The preliminary, which should last as long as three weeks, will happen in a similar court on December second.

The men were conceded unlimited safeguard.

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