International Cricket Pro Jailed Over Match Fixing Conspiracy

Law360, London (February 10, 2020, 5:09 PM GMT) -- An international cricketer and two others have been jailed for bribing players to rig a 20-over match in Dubai in 2019, the U.K.'s top law enforcement agency said.

Former Pakistan international Nasir Jamshaid, 33, was sentenced to 17 months in prison on Friday at Manchester Crown Court after he pleaded guilty to conspiracy to bribe others to spot-fix a Twenty20 match by deliberately scoring no runs. Spot-fixing involves dishonestly determining the outcome of part of a match or game before it is played.

Fellow conspirators Yousaf Anwar, 36, was jailed for three years and four months and Mohammad Ijaz, 34, for two...

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