Bookmakers had told an undercover journalist that they would sell details of rigged periods of play in the third Ashes Test Will Russell/Getty ImagesThe International Cricket Council says there is “no evidence” of match-fixing in the third Ashes Test. The Sun reported this morning that two bookmakers had told an undercover journalist that they would sell details of rigged periods of play in the third Test. The pair asked for up to £140,000 to spot-fix events such as the exact number of runs in a particular over. The Sun reported that the bookmakers did not name any England players in connection with fixing, but did name players of other nationalities with whom they had worked. The newspaper handed over a dossier of their investigation to the ICC anti-corruption unit who released a statement last night.