London: Investigation into the spot-fixing scandal involving three Pakistan cricketers has gathered pace with the Metropolitan Police scheduled to meet the Crown Prosecution Service this week to discuss whether charges can be levelled against the suspended trio.
According to a report in the Daily Telegraph here, this week's discussion between the Metropolitan Police and Crown Prosecution Service will determine whether further investigation is required in the case or the investigators have enough evidence to nail Salman Butt and pace duo of Mohammad Asif and Mohammad Aamer.
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The London police had already submitted a second file of evidence to the Crown Prosecution Service.
The Metropolitan Police had launched the investigation in September after the cricketers were implicated in a spot-fixing sting carried out by the News of the World paper, with Aamer and Asif allegedly bowling no-balls during the Lord's Test on the orders of bookie Mazher Majeed.