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February 18, 2014
The PCB has appointed a committee to investigate allegations of match-fixing in the Faysal Bank T20 Cup match played between Sialkot Stallions and Karachi Dolphins on February 11, 2014. Sialkot Stallions were bowled out for 91, their only sub-100 score in the competition this season, and lost the match by six wickets.
The three-member committee comprises of Shafiq Ahmed, general manager domestic cricket operations, Wasim Ahmed Shahid, PCB's senior manager security and anti-corruption, and Ali Naqvi, an independent cricketer.
The committee will submit its findings and recommendations within a week to Subhan Ahmed, PCB's chief operating officer.
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