Former ICC Anti-Corruption Unit chief Paul Condon has made a sensational claim that every international team was involved in match-fixing at some stage in the 1990s.
Condon, who was founding head of the ICC's ACSU, said match fixing was not just restricted to Indian sub-continent.
"In the late 1990s, Test and World Cup matches were being routinely fixed. From the late Eighties certainly through to 1999-2000 there were a number of teams involved in fixing, and certainly more than the Indian sub-continent teams were involved," the 64-year-old Condon told Evening Standard.
"Every international team, at some stage, had someone doing some funny stuff."
Condon said the players of that era perhaps had full knowledge of what's happening around but chose to keep mum.