The ICC has confirmed that at least one other match involving the Pakistan cricket team is to be investigated by it's Anti-Corruption Unit.
In a statement from it's Dubai headquarters, the ACU's head Sir Ronnie Flanagan, confirmed that the test between Australia and Pakistan at Headingly in 2010, is to feature in his investigation into allegations of spot-betting.
"After consultation with our betting analysts, we are to include the MCC Spirit of Cricket test match at Leeds in our investigation. Our experts suggest this match should come under the auspices of the latest probe because of the unusual betting patterns involved."
"An initial review of the evidence suggests that no illegal approaches to players were made, and no suspicious betting patterns were recorded. This in itself is strange, bearing in mind the usual activity of illegal bookmakers in Pakistan." the statement confirms.