Inzamam gets ready for hearing

Inzamam-ul-Haq, Pakistan’s captain who was at the centre of the ball tampering controversy in the final Test at the Oval last month, left for London on Sunday in preparation for his hearing later this week following the incident.

Having made public statements on the matter, Inzamam was warned by Malcolm Speed, the ICC Chief Executive. However, the captain was ‘reasonably’ confident that he would be cleared during the hearing, especially of the ‘ball tampering’ charge.

‘I did nothing wrong at the Oval and everything I did there was pure and for the honour of the nation so I do not have any fear,’ Inzamam went on to say.

Inzamam has faced charges ten times already, five times in front of the ICC – this will be the sixth.

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