Three players including skipper Inzamam-ul-Haq, along with the Chairman Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Shaharyar M Khan, manager Zaheer Abbas, will appear at the hearing of the International Cricket Council (ICC) to be held in London on September 27-28 regarding ball-tampering charges against Inzamam-ul-Haq.
The other two players to appear at the hearing included paceman Umar Gul and leg-spinner Danish Kaneria, the PCB chairman told at a press conference at the NBP Head Office here on Tuesday after the Ad-hoc Committee meeting of the Pakistan Cricket Board.
During the press conference Shaharyar refused to take questions regarding The Oval Test controversy in which Pakistan forfeited the match against ball-tampering allegations by Australian umpire Darrell Hair and his West Indian partner Billy Doctrove after they awarded five penalty runs to England. He said as the matter is subjudice he would not like to comment on the issue.
London-based Lawyers representing Pakistan are also likely to appear in the hearing. The International Cricket Council match referee Mike Proctor from South Africa will conduct the proceedings.
The PCB chief said matter of The Oval fiasco was discussed in detail and various aspects were taken into consideration during the Ad-hoc Committee meeting which was attended by Syed Ali Raza, Mian Afzal, Imtiaz Ahmed and the Director Cricket Operations PCB Saleem Altaf.
Source:The NewsMore on:Darrell Hair, icc, Inzamam, Pakistan, PCB, Zaheer Abbas
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