New Zealand cricketing great Chris Cairns said on Friday that British police were set to charge him with perjury over match-fixing allegations and vowed to clear his name. (Chris Cairns' lawyer wants British police to try Lou Vincent)
Former all-rounder Cairns has acknowledged previously that he is under investigation by British authorities for alleged fixing, but vehemently denied any wrong-doing. (Brendan McCullum not corrupt, says NZC)
The 44-year-old confirmed prosecutors had told him they intend to charge him with perjury and he would travel to Britain later this month to prove his innocence, New Zealand media reported.