spot fixing


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spot fixing

n
(Gambling, except Cards) the act of deliberately engineering an outcome within a sporting contest without attempting to alter the outcome of the contest itself
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Salman Khurshid, senior lawyer appearing for Sreesanth, told the Apex Court that there was no evidence against him that he had taken money from any bookie for spot fixing.
The 28-year-old:- one of six players banned for multiple charges of spot fixing:- was sanctioned by an anti-corruption tribunal in August for his role in the scandal, which tainted the Twenty20 tournament in only its second year.
The broadcaster says it has a taped conversation with an England player discussing payments around spot fixing.
Nasir's lawyer Hasan Warriach submitted the reply against the six allegations leveled on Nasir in the spot fixing scam occurred on the first day of the second edition of the PSL in 2017 in Dubai.
Shahzaib who represented Pakistan in three one-day internationals and 10, T20 matches, is the sixth player who has been punished in the spot fixing scandal that rocked the PSL last year.
Sharjeel has denied playing the dot balls as part of a spot fixing deal and his lawyer produced expert witnesses -- former Test batsmen Dean Jones, Muhammed Yousuf and Sadiq Mohammed -- to confirm Sharjeel played the balls on merit in the first match of the PSL this year.
On Friday Preston released a statement which said: "In April of this year a number of our players were very publicly arrested in connection with a wider investigation into 'spot fixing' in football.
Preston North End said: "The club has been contacted by the NCA in relation to an investigation into spot fixing in football.
Spot fixing is extremely difficult to monitor or control.
Delhi commissioner Neeraj Kumar said the spot fixing happened on 5, 9 and 15 May.
Rajasthan Royals' Shantakumaran Sreesanth, Ankit Chavan and Ajit Chandila are the latest among cricketers to indulge in spot fixing. This method of fixing created by the bookies is different from match-fixing that needed more players to produce the required result and returns.
Shahzaib , who represented Pakistan in three one-day internationals and 10, T20 matches, is the sixth player, who has been punished in the spot fixing scandal that rocked the PSL last year.