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‘Pakistan did not throw Sydney Test’

The ICC has stopped investigating the Australia-Pakistan Sydney Test after finding no evidence of match-fixing, a Cricket Australia spokesman said.

cricket Updated: May 26, 2010 00:55 IST

The ICC has stopped investigating the Australia-Pakistan Sydney Test after finding no evidence of match-fixing, a Cricket Australia spokesman said.

According to media reports, the ICC’s Anti Corruption and Security Unit head Paul Condon, who was looking into the match-fixing claims, has given a clean chit to Pakistan.

Cricket Australia CEO James Sutherland had sought information from the ICC when Condon revealed last week that they were investigating the Test.

“The ICC has replied, saying it has seen no evidence of match-fixing and that there is no current investigation of match-fixing,” said CA spokesman Peter Young.

“Haroon Lorgat has assured James Sutherland that Australia won the match on its merits,” he added.