KARACHI: Cricketers Mohammad Asif and Mohammad Amir have refused to attend the International Cricket Council (ICC) teleconference scheduled today to share their views on a request by Salman Butt to delay a spot-fixing hearing.
The conference was to be attended by the lawyers representing Pakistan's suspended trio Salman Butt, Mohammad Asif and Mohammad Amir.
The ICC opted for a teleconference to discuss a request by Salman Butt to delay spot-fixing hearing, which is supposed to take place from January 6 in Doha.
Mohammad Amir is against the idea of delaying next month's spot-fixing hearing as he is looking for a quick verdict on the issue.
Speaking at Geo's morning show Tuesday, Amir said that he wants a quick verdict so that he can make the cut for Pakistan's team for World Cup 2011 that gets underway in February.