LAHORE - Discarded wicket-keeper batsman Kamran Akmal will appear before the Pakistan Cricket Board integrity committee with the required documents to clear himself of alleged fixing charges to revive his cricket career, it has been learnt.

The integrity committee of Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has summoned wicket-keeper batsman Kamran Akmal in a bid to clear him from suspicion of match-fixing and revive his derailed career, a source confided to this scribe on Tuesday.

Kamran Akmal expressed the hope that he will Insha Allah clear his name of the fixing charges and makes come back to the Pakistani squad for World Twenty20 to serve the country. A few years cricket left in him and he wanted to serve the country and to win the World Twenty20 Cup for Pakistan, he added.

"If, I am cleared by the integrity committee and selected in the final squad then Insha Allah I will not let Pakistan down and try to win the World Twenty20 Cup for country," he added.

Kamran Akmal also vowed to clear his name of the integrity committee, which reportedly asked for details of his assets and bank accounts. "Kamran has been summoned by the committee and has been asked to submit some material," a PCB official said.  The committee will question Kamran on Wednesday (today) and if he cleared then he will likely to be included in the final World Twenty20 squad as his name has already been included in preliminary 30-man probables for the World Twenty20 to be played in Sri Lanka in September and October.

On the other hand, one source in the Pakistan Cricket Board confided to this scribe that the World Twenty20 Cup 30 probables list has not been issued and will be released after the conclusion of integrity committee meeting and its final decision against Kamran Akmal.

Kamran Akmal wants to serve Pakistan and had removed his weaknesses in wicket-keeping department.

He has the ability to change the fortune of match in the shorter format of cricket.  He has proved his batting abilities several times. He can bat at top of the order, at middle-order and adjust himself at any number according to circumstances.

Pakistan had tried many wicketkeepers but no one could prove his mettle and perhaps now Pakistan Cricket Board decided to give him another chance after his clearance from the integrity committee, the source added.

The 30 year old has not been selected for Pakistan since the 2011 World Cup, and the board said he was not considered for selection because he had not been cleared by the committee.

Kamran's name was mentioned at last year's spot-fixing trial in England, but he was neither summoned by the London court nor banned by the International Cricket Council (ICC).

Earlier, Kamran was also accused of deliberately under-performing during Pakistan's surprise defeat against Australia in the 2010 Sydney Test, where he failed to run out Shane Watson and dropped three chances of Michael Hussey.

Despite the allegations, Kamran claimed to have a clearance letter from the ICC saying he is not being investigated. He was axed from the team after dismal keeping at the World Cup where he dropped New Zealand's Ross Taylor twice in paceman Shoaib Akhtar's one over.