LAHORE The International Cricket Councils (ICC) Anti-Corruption Unit is likely to interview Pakistani batsman Yasir Hameed as part of its match-fixing investigation, even as his team mates have questioned his authenticity as a witness on Sunday. According reports, ACU detectives will be free to talk to Hameed as he is not part of the criminal investigation being carried out by Scotland Yard, and it is likely he will be asked to explain alleged comments made to an undercover reporter in which he stated Pakistan were fixing almost every match. Hameeds comments have added to the pressure around the Pakistan squad who are potentially facing the prospect of another player being charged by the ICC this week. We want to be prompt and decisive on this matter. It is not something we want to drag our heels on and as soon as we are in a position to make charges and disclosures we will do so, reports quoted Haroon Lorgat, the chief executive of the ICC, as saying. Hameed, who played in the third and fourth Tests, but is not in the one-day squad, was summoned to the Pakistan High Commission in London on Sunday for a meeting with Ijaz Butt, the chairman of the Pakistan Cricket Board. It is an offence under the ICCs code of conduct for a player not to report a suspicious approach which would give the ACU enough reason to interview Hameed.