Nasir Jamshed, the banned Pakistan batsman, is ready to face trial within the UK after being accused of bribing cricketers within the Pakistan Tremendous League (PSL).
Jamshed and two UK nationals, Yousef Anwar and Mohammed Ijaz, have been arrested in February 2017 as a part of an investigation into alleged spot-fixing by the UK’s Nationwide Crime Company.
Jamshed, Anwar and Ijaz have been charged with conspiring to bribe gamers within the PSL to underperform. The offences are stated to have taken place between November 2016 and February 2017. Anwar and Ijaz have additionally been charged with conspiring to bribe gamers within the Bangladesh Premier League, in late 2016.
On Monday, all three defendants entered not responsible pleas at Manchester Crown Courtroom. Their trial is ready to happen on the similar courtroom, beginning December 2. All three have been granted unconditional bail and instructed to attend a pre-trial assessment listening to on September 6.
In August 2018, Jamshed was given a 10-year ban by the PCB after being discovered responsible of 5 fees beneath its anti-corruption code.
5 different gamers additionally acquired sanctions from the PCB over corruption fees referring to the 2017 PSL spot-fixing scandal. Sharjeel Khan and Khalid Latif have been every banned for 5 years, whereas Mohammad Nawaz, Mohammad Irfan and Shahzaib Hasan acquired shorter suspensions.