MELBOURNE (Agencies) - Players live in fear after reporting approaches by bookies, especially in tournaments such as the IPL, claims International Cricketers' Association chief Tim May. Match-fixing is back in spotlight due to the ongoing criminal trial against Pakistani cricketers - Salman Butt and Mohammad Asif - in London for allegedly conspiring to send down deliberate no balls during a Test match for cash. May said players need to be sure that their names would be protected when they report approaches to the ICC.