According to Miandad, things like spot-fixing go against the teachings of Islam and should be treated accordingly.
CM Gautam and Abrar Kazi allegedly were involved in spot-fixing in the Karnataka Premier League (KPL) final against Hubli Tigers.
Spilling the beans on the scandal which tarnished the image of Pakistan cricket, Abdul Razzaq narrated the Mohammad Aamir incident
Shahid Afridi has revealed huge details about the spot-fixing saga which rocked the Pakistan cricket in 2010.
The spot-fixing scandal happened in August 2010 during Pakistan's tour of England and then captain Salman Butt, Mohammad Asif and Mohammad Amir were banned by the ICC for their involvement.
The CoA is scheduled to meet on March 18 to discuss the anti-doping policy of the Board with the ICC officials.
After six years of denial, the former Pakistan cricketer confessed his involvement in the 2009 spot-fixing scandal which rocked England's County cricket.
An Al Jazeera documentary on corruption in cricket alleged that Australian players were involved in spot-fixing during the 2017 Ranchi Test against India.
The Qatar-based Al Jazeera has claimed that pitches of matches involving India, Sri Lanka, Australia and England were doctored at the behest of match-fixers.
The 28-year old Hasan is the fifth cricketer to be banned by the PCB after spot-fixing scandal broke out in the second edition of Pakistan Super League (PSL) last year.
A bench comprising Chief Justice Dipak Misra and Justices A M Khanwilkar and D Y Chandrachud asked the Board of Control for Cricket in India and two office bearers of its Committee of Administrators (CoA) to file their responses within four weeks.
The left-handed opener was handed a five-year ban - half of it suspended by the tribunal in September, while a full five-year ban and one million rupees fine were imposed on another batsman, Khalid Latif in the PSL spot-fixing case.
Sharjeel was found guilty of meeting with a suspected bookmaker and accepting an offer to spot-fix during a match of the Pakistan Super League in Dubai in February.
PCB's anti-corruption tribunal, headed by a former judge of the Lahore High Court, has already banned Test opener Sharjeel Khan for five years with half of the sentence suspended on spot-fixing charges.
The 35-year-old also had his central contract suspended for a period of six months by the Pakistan Cricket Board.
Speaking to India TV a month after the Kerala High Court had lifted the life ban imposed by the BCCI on the pacer, Sreesanth said he is not begging in front of the board and only wants his livelihood back.
PCB Chairman, Najam Sethi said the Anti-Corruption Tribunal verdict is a vindication of board's policy of zero tolerance for corrupt practices.
Sreesanth in his petition asked for the immediate intervention of the court as BCCI has not given him an NOC to play in the Scotland League.