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'Low wages' to blame for cricket fixing

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Pakistan's former cricket captain Salman Butt, along with his teammates Mohammed Asif and Mohammed Amir are expected to be sentenced today after being found guilty of conspiracy to cheat and conspiracy to accept corrupt payments. Aleem Maqbool is outside Mr Butt's house and Ed Smith, former England cricketer and writer for The Times, explains why the outcome of the trial is so important for the sport.


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