Allow Mohammad Amir to Return to Domestic Cricket, Pakistan Write to ICC

Mohammad Amir's five-year ban for spot-fixing during a Test against England in 2010 will end in August next year.

Updated: November 19, 2014 21:21 IST
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File photo: Mohammad Aamir outside a London court in 2010.

Karachi: The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has officially sent a letter to International Cricket Council (ICC) asking it to review the ban on Mohammad Amir in light of the revision in the anti-corruption code of the world body. (Also Read: Amir Puts Acting Career on Hold for Domestic Cricket Hopes)

A PCB official confirmed on Wednesday that the letter had been dispatched to the ICC basically seeking clearance for the left arm pacer to make a return to domestic cricket.

"We have asked the ICC to give us advice on how it would be possible for Amir to make am early return to domestic cricket after the changes in the anti-corruption code," the official told PTI.

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