United Arab Emirates cricket trio charged with multiple breaches of ICC anti-corruption code

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Captain Mohammad Naveed is one of three United Arab Emirates gamers after being charged under the International Cricket Council code to have been provisionally suspended.
Naveed faces several charges, such as an arrangement to”fix or contrive” fits from the approaching Planet Twenty20 qualifiers.
Whilst batsman Shaiman Anwar faces two fellow seamer Qadeer Ahmed has been charged with six breaches of the code.
They have until 30 to respond.
Mehardeep Chhayakar, described from the ICC as”a participant in cricket [the Emirate of] Ajman”, continues to be charged with one breach of the ICC code.
Along with two charges under the ICC code, Naveed, 32, has also been charged for the national T10 League with two breaches of the Emirates Cricket Board Code.
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