Pakistan cricket team manager Naveed Akram Cheema said on Tuesday that he was “absolutely clear and confident” there would be no repeat of the spot-fixing controversy when his team play England in the United Arab Emirates over the next two months.

“The PCB has introduced a code of conduct and an anti-corruption code and all these guys (the players) have been told,” Cheema told reporters on Tuesday.

“We are following those codes in letter and spirit so with those rules and regulations in place, I think the chances (of corruption) will be no more there. I’m absolutely clear and confident.”