Hindustan Times (Patna) - - FRONT PAGE - Press Trust of In­dia

LAHORE: Pak­istan’s dis­graced pace bowler Mo­ham­mad Asif on Mon­day said he ex­pects to get jus­tice when his ap­peal against the ICC ban is heard by the Court of Ar­bi­tra­tion for Sports (CAS) in Geneva in Fe­bru­ary next year.

Asif said he was a vic­tim of the bias of the PCB and the ICC, which he claims “in­flu­enced” the hear­ings in his court case in Lon­don.

“My ap­peal will be heard in Fe­bru­ary and I am con­fi­dent I will get a fair hear­ing and the jus­tice which I didn’t get from the In­ter­na­tional Cricket Coun­cil (ICC),” Asif told the re­porters here.

Asif, who is serv­ing a fiveyear ban from the ICC An­ti­Cor­rup­tion tri­bunal, made a quiet re­turn on Eid day to at­tend the funeral of his men­tor and coach Mo­hi­ud­din Chishti.

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