ICC has put forward a public appeal to help it find one remaining suspect from the Al Jazeera documentary 'Cricket's Match-Fixers' that aired in May this year. The appeal comes after ICC's Anti Corruption Unit (ACU) has identified all the suspects in the documentary except Aneel Munawar, who was in a central role in the documentary.
The Al Jazeera sting revealed that Munawar, supposedly a member of the "D-Company" controlled by Dawood Ibrahim, informed the undercover reporter about the impending fix of the fifth Test of the India-England series, played between December 16-20 2016 in Chennai. After the toss, Munawar gave the details of the session to be fixed to middle-man Pintu. As per "session fix", the fixers, colluding with players "guaranteed to be in the playing XI", ascertain on a fixed number of runs that will be scored in a designated session (10-overs for the Chennai Test).
"We have identified every other person in the original documentary and have spoken to a number of them in connection with match fixing, including those who are not deemed to be participants under our Anti-Corruption Code," Alex Marshall, General Manager ICC ACU, said.
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