British prosecutors on Friday charged three Pakistan cricketers with taking bribes to fix incidents in an international match in England last August. Salman Butt, Mohammad Asif and Mohammad Amir are accused of fixing incidents, such as the bowling of no-balls at pre-agreed times, during the fourth test at Lord's. "These charges relate to allegations that Mr Majeed accepted money from a third party to arrange for the players to bowl no balls' during Pakistan's Fourth Test at Lord's Cricket Ground in London," said Simon Clements, head of the CPS Special Crime Division. He said Majeed had been ordered to appear at London's City of Westminster Magistrates Court on March 17 with the three players.