ICC is the apex body to govern the cricket. International cricket council governs and administers the cricket related events, issues, code of conduct, regulations with the help of its selected 105 members.
It is ICC which appoints officials to officiate at all sanctioned international matches and it has the decision review system and anti-corruption unit to tackle action against match-fixing and corruption within cricket.
Recently held private tournament, Ajman All Stars League is under the radar after a one video footage clip which created a suspicion regarding match-fixing. Taking an action towards the same, ICC has confirmed that an Anti-Corruption Unit investigation has begun regarding the claims.
“There is currently an ICC Anti-Corruption Unit (ACU) investigation underway in relation to the Ajman All Stars League held recently in Ajman, UAE,” ICC general manager – Anti-Corruption, Alex Marshall, said. “The ICC Anti-Corruption Unit works to uphold integrity in Cricket and in keeping with that role we are talking to players and officials and will not make any further comment at this time.”
Alex Marshall, ICC General Manager – Anti-Corruption "There is currently an ICC Anti-Corruption Unit investigation underway in relation to the Ajman All Stars League held recently in Ajman, UAE" #Cricket pic.twitter.com/sZgsfSB9Zs
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