London: England captain Andrew Strauss does not see enough "resolve" to curb match-fixing and betting in cricket and feels the ICC's anti-corruption unit is "woefully under-resourced" to nab cheats.
"The only input I've had is with the anti-corruption people who came round during the World Cup. It seems to me that they are woefully under-resourced. I just don't think they've got the resources to do it properly," Strauss told 'London Evening Standard'.
Strauss said though the sub-continent is the hotbed of illegal betting, there is no doubt that corruption in cricket is there in other countries as well.