Bangalore: Even as the cricket world settles down following the scandalous details that emerged during and after the 2013 edition of the Indian Premier League, there are reports that suggest the recent One-Day International series between West Indies and Pakistan might not have been free of wrongdoing.
The Mail on Sunday reported that the series is "set to be investigated" as "suspicious betting patterns were identified during the low-profile five-match series", which Pakistan won 3-1 after one match was tied.
The report mentioned the "unusually slow run-rates during certain overs followed by bursts of high scoring" as being under scrutiny, while the tied game, the third of the series, reportedly raised many eyebrows. The second ODI, which saw Pakistan fail to score a run off the bat in the first five overs after being set 233 to win, will also be looked at. (All the scorecards from the series)