Members of the ACSU ( International Cricket Council’s Anti-Corruption and Security Unit) is expected to depart Dhaka today after meeting their second phase of interviews on investigations into alleged match-fixing during the second edition Bangladesh Premier League, said the Bangladesh Cricket Board officials yesterday on Monday. [Watch Video Clip: Shakib proving his greatness in sledging too]
‘The International Cricket Council Anti-Corruption and Security Unit(ACSU) officials are expected to depart tomorrow [Tuesday],’ said Nizamuddin Chowdhury to the reporters at the Mirpur Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium.
‘They (ACSU) have probably finished their investigation needed to finish the fixing report that we are waiting to receive in August,’ said Nizamuddin.
It was said that the ACSU team had already questioned to the former Bangladesh spinner Mohammad Rafique, who is also the bowling coach of the Dhaka Gladiators in BPL, the ACSU team in quiz in the entire saga. Despite several attempts, Mohammad Rafique could not be connected with the journalists as his mobile phone was switched off.
The officers of ACSU are also expected to meet with the officials of the reported matches between Dhaka Gladiators against Barisal Burners Chittagong Kings and Barisal Burners respectively. It is learnt that Enamul Haque, the umpire of Dhaka Gladiators vs Barisal Burners, was called to face ACSU yesterday. Another umpire of that match was Mike Procter.
Anti-Corruption and Security Unit (ACSU) of International Cricket Council is likely to announce its report on suspected match fixing during the second edition of Bangladesh Premier League at the first week of August.