Pakistan Cricketers Accused of Match Fixing: At least four members of the Pakistan cricket team were involved in cheating during the current Test match against England, News of the World reports. Video released by the paper shows meetings between an undercover reporter and alleged match fixer Mazhar Majeed, who said in advance that bowlers Mohammad Amir and Mohammad Asif would deliver three blatant no-balls at a specific point in the match. "I'm very wary speaking about this simply because I don't know you guys," Majeed told the reporter, but later said, "I've been doing it with them, the Pakistani team, for about 2 1/2 years. And we've made masses and masses of money." An article from CricInfo explains the practice of spot fixing, "getting players/officials to act in a specified predefined manner at a particular time or during a particular session of a match, with or without adversely affecting the overall outcome of the game."