The Pakistan Cricket Board has confirmed it is considering legal action against former captain Rashid Latif over match-fixing claims.
Latif claimed that the fourth one-day international between India and Pakistan had been fixed.
Both Pakistan captain Inzamam-ul-Haq and India vice-captain Rahul Dravid reacted angrily to the suggestions.
But the PCB have confirmed they are speaking to their legal representatives over Latif's remarks.
Chairman Shaharyar Khan said: "Rashid Latif's allegation was unpatriotic and shameful and we are currently taking advice from our lawyers."
The International Cricket Council do not comment on the activities of their anti-corruption unit but Latif confirmed that he had met two officials in Karachi on Monday.
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