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Mahela: team is focussed despite sting
New Delhip New Delhi, May 17, 2012
First Published: 01:08 IST(17/5/2012)
Last Updated: 01:10 IST(17/5/2012)

The TV sting operation may have cast doubts over the credibility of IPL but Delhi Daredevils batsman Mahela Jayawardene on Wednesday said the team's focus had not changed despite the spot-fixing allegations on some players.

No Delhi player has been named in the operation but five others have been suspended by the BCCI after they were named in the sting operation by a private TV channel for being ready to indulge in 'spot-fixing'.

"We will have to wait and see. Nobody is guilty unless proved. We will have to wait for the decision after the enquiry and then only we can come to some conclusion. Right now, our focus is to finish in top-2. Nothing has taken the focus away from us. Once the enquiry is over, thenwe can have some explanation," said Jayawardene, on the eve of the match against RCB.

Hussey on KXIP
KXIP captain David Hussey said that the media should not question the integrity of his players after the sting showed former teammate Shalabh Srivastava allegedly demanding Rs. 10 lakh to bowl no-balls.

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