ICC will go through the West Indian batsman Marlon Samuels’ allegation of providing information regarding matches to a bookie Kochar. The police of
The team, mainly comprising of ICC's Anti-Corruption Unit officials, will be in
by Monday for detailed discussions with the Nagpur police, said a top BCCI source. Nagpur
"We have received a communication that a team from ICC will be going to
. We are ready to cooperate in the investigations," the source said. Nagpur
During their stay in
, the ACU officials will also interact with the staff of the hotel where the West Indian cricketers had put up for their ODI against Nagpur last month. India
The ACU team will try to ascertain whether any other cricketer was involved in leaking information to bookies.
The team will submit its report to the ICC which would then recommend what action could be taken against the West Indian all-rounder who has been accused of leaking information on team composition to alleged bookie Mukesh Kocchar.
"The ICC then will forward the report to the West Indies Cricket Board, which will have to take action if the player is found to be guilty," the source said.
This is a good decision as they will send a team to investigate the matter which will be helpful for both ICC and Marlon Samuels. Here it is also a question that why police has specially tapped the conversation of Samuels. The mystery over the issue is roaming around the cricket world.