The International Cricket Council [ Images ] has reportedly asked Pakistan's suspended Test captain Salman Butt [ Images ] and wicketkeeper Kamran Akmal to give their mobile phone records for an investigation into possible spot-fixing during the Asia Cup in June.
According to the Daily Mail, Akmal and Butt were contacted by the ICC [ Images ] after "suspicions arose during the Asia Cup."
The ICC's Anti-Corruption and Security Unit have told the duo to release details of their mobile phone records during the tournament in Sri Lanka [ Images ].
"They expect the full cooperation of both players but have yet to receive a response from the Pakistan camp," the newspaper reported.
The ICC reportedly wrote to them on August 21, days before a British tabloid's sting operation had Butt implicated in a spot-fixing scandal leading to his suspension pending an inquiry.
The newspaper also reported that 18-year-old pace sensation Mohammad Aamir "will be told he could avoid a life ban if he gives evidence against his team-mates" in the ongoing inquiry into the spot-fixing charges against him, Butt and Mohammad Asif [ Images ].