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Tuesday, May 3, 2011

ESPN ASIA: Former Sri Lanka skipper Hashan Tillakaratne has vowed to defy death threats to expose match-fixing

The tourists will arrive in England next week surrounded by controversy after Tillakaratne last week claimed fixing was rife in his home country.
Tillakaratne, who played 83 Tests and is now a politician, says the problem dates back to 1992 and has promised to reveal names of Sri Lankan players involved in corruption.
Now he says he will take his evidence to the ICC.
He insisted: "I have been getting a lot of nuisance calls and death threats.
"But I will expose all those who are involved."

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