2 Sep 2010

3 Pakistani cricketers free to play England at this stage

6:28 pm on 2 September 2010

The chairman of Pakistan's Cricket Board says the 3 players facing corruption allegations will be free to play in this weekend's Twenty20 international against England if they haven't been charged before then.

Salman Butt, Mohammad Amir and Mohammad Asif are in London to meet with PCB officials and also the Police.

PCB chairman Ijaz Butt says his players are innocent until proven otherwise....



OUT:...they want.

DUR:...14 secs

The rest of the Pakistan side will play Somerset tonight.