Our Staff Reporter LAHORE The Pakistan Cricket Board has decided to serve legal notice to former South African Coach Micky Arthur for his comments regarding match-fixing against Pakistan team. Former South African coach Micky Arthur had claimed that a One Day International Match played at Lahore between Pakistan and South Africa in 2007 could be fixed. A statement issued Friday by the PCB said: The PCB has decided to serve a legal notice on Micky Arthur asking him to share with PCB any evidence in this regard. If the evidence is not provided, PCB and Pakistani Players reserve the right to initiate legal proceedings against Micky Arthur including but not limited to seeking unqualified apology, retraction and damages.