Pakistan team manager Yawar Saeed has insisted the planned one-day international series against England will go ahead.
The tourists are scheduled to play two Twenty20 internationals and five ODIs against England, but the matches had been thrown into doubt following the allegations of 'spot-fixing' levelled at members of the Pakistan team in the News of the World on Sunday.
However, Saeed remained adamant the series would continue as planned, stating: "As far as I'm concerned the one-day series is on."
"We are moving to the west country and we will play all the one-dayers and all the T20s."
He also insisted there was never any chance of the team pulling out of the fourth Test at Lord's, adding: "Not while I'm manager, they will not run away from any match."
Explaining the events of Sunday evening, he told Sky Sports: "We got to the hotel at about 7.30pm last night and I was just settling into my room when I got a message that Scotland Yard officers are here and would like to see me.
"They said, 'On a tip-off we want to investigate some of your players'.
"I said, 'Please go ahead, we'll assist you whatever way we can'.
"They were there about two hours. they spoke to three gentlemen, went into their rooms, came back and at about 10pm they said, 'We're through, we're going away'."
Saeed went on to confirm that Pakistan held a team meeting but had not discussed the allegations in detail.
He also explained that he had briefed the chairman of the Pakistan Cricket Board about last night's police visit and revealed they were due to meet again on Sunday afternoon.
Saeed went on to tell Sky Sports News that three players - captain Salman Butt and bowlers Mohammad Aamer and Mohammad Asif - had their mobile telephones taken away by police last night after being spoken to about the newspaper allegations.
He also claimed that, should any player be found to have committed an offence, any punishment should be commensurate with the level of the offence.
"If anybody is guilty he is guilty and should be punished," he said. "If I stole one shilling from you, you'd punish me for a shilling not for a million pounds."
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