LAHORE Pakistan Cricket Board legal adviser Taffazzul Rizvi said that the boards three suspended players had acknowledged that the businessman at the centre of fixing accusations was indeed their agent but had denied knowledge of any alleged wrongdoing by him. The legal adviser said on Saturday that team captain Salman Butt and bowlers Muhammad Amir and Muhammad Asif would have to fight their cases on their own if they appeal against their provisional suspension by the International Cricket Council. The tabloid News of the World accused agent Mazhar Majeed last weekend of accepting money in exchange for organising Asif and Amir to bowl intentional no-balls during the fourth Test against England at Lords last month. The trio were suspended by the ICC last Thursday.