Nagpur: A four-member International Cricket Council (ICC) Anti-Corruption Unit team arrived in Nagpur on Monday to conduct a probe into the conversation between West Indian all-rounder Marlon Samuels and bookie Mukesh Kochchar ahead of the first ODI between India and the West Indies on the January 21.
Led by NS Virk, regional security manager of ICC Anti-Corruption cell, the team will meet the Nagpur Police Commissioner SPS Yadav later on Monday.
The visit by the ICC team follows the Nagpur Police tapping the telephonic conversation between Samuels and Kochchar.
On February 7, the Nagpur Police had informed the Board of Control for Cricket in India about the conversation between Samuels and Kochchar.
The police claimed the West Indian cricketer passed on information regarding his team composition to Kochchar, which was violation of the ICC Code of Conduct for players.
ICC Media Manager Brian Murgatroyd, who is also a part of team, said that they could not disclose anything right now.
"We have come to discuss the matter with Nagpur Police. Obviously we are not going to discuss the matter ahead of any results that may or may not come out. We will meet the police in due course," Brian Murgatroyd said.