Colombo, Sep 6:  Former Sri Lanka cricketer Sachithra Senanayake was on Wednesday arrested over match fixing allegations. He was arrested by the Sports Corruption Investigation Unit when he surrendered this morning. Three weeks ago he was banned from traveling overseas by the court. Complete Unawareness! Fans React After Afghanistan Miss a Chance to Qualify for Super Four of Asia Cup 2023, Lose Nail-Biting Thriller Again.

Senanayake was accused of trying to fix the games of the 2020 edition of the Lanka Premier League (LPL) where he had allegedly enticed two players to fix games. The 38-year-old played a solitary Test, 49 ODIs and 24 T20 internationals between 2012 and 2016. 'Asia Cup 2022 Was Played in T20 Format…’ ACC President Jay Shah Defends Venue Selection for 2023 Edition, Explains Why UAE Was Not Chosen.

The Colombo Chief Magistrate's Court had ordered the Controller General of Immigration and Emigration to impose a travel ban which will be effective for a three-month period. The Court was told today that the Attorney General's Department had been instructed by the Special Investigation Unit of the Sports Ministry to frame criminal charges against the former off-spinner.

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