Breaking ICC investigating SIX allegations of corruption at T10 competition in Abu Dhabi

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The ICC are investigating up to six allegations of corruption at a high-profile T10 competition in Abu Dhabi which featured four of England’s Twenty20 World Cup winners.

They banked fees of up to £50,000 for playing just seven 10-over matches, while former white-ball captain Eoin Morgan also took part. There is no suggestion that any of the allegations involve the England players.

The ICC also received reports of questionable activity around the teams, including franchise owners dictating bowling and batting orders in advance without considering the conditions, star players being dropped at short notice and batters giving their wickets away with inexplicable shots.

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