Former Pakistan cricketer Nasir Jamshed will be tried in a UK court on Tuesday for alleged spot-fixing in the Pakistan Super League (PSL) and taking bribe in exchange for it. 36-year-old Yusuf Anwar and 34-year-old Mohammad Ijaz admitted that they had offered fixing to professional cricketers in exchange for bribes. This trial process will take place in Manchester. Both the accused have been convicted in the case of offering bribe to players in exchange for fixing in PSL between November 2016 and February 2017.
This trial process will take place in Manchester.
Anwar and Ijaz have also admitted allegations of offering bribes in exchange for fixing players in the Bangladesh Premier League during November 2016 and December 2016. Jamshed, a 33-year-old opener, however denied the allegations of fixing and bribe in the PSL. The case will be heard at Manchester Crown Court. Anwar, a UK resident, is a resident of Slah in West London while Ijaz hails from Sheffield, a northern area in London. Both are currently released on bail. Jamshed has played in the Test, ODI and Twenty20 international formats for Pakistan.