LAHROE - The Pakistan Cricket Board has deferred the announcement of ODI squad for the tour of New Zealand as well as World Cup due to pending clearance of players allegedly caught up in the spot-fixing scandal. In a meeting held here at Gaddafi Stadium on Wednesday, the selection committee and integrity committee was held here to discuss all the issues relating to the clearance of players. The PCB statement said, the one-day squad for New Zealand and for World Cup would be announced later. Pakistan has time till December 19 to announce a preliminary 30-man squad for the World Cup. The preliminary squad should be short-listed till January 19. Before the World Cup, Pakistan tour New Zealand for three Twenty20 matches, two Tests and six ODIs. The Twenty20 and Test squads have already been named. The PCB has not yet cleared wicketkeeper Kamran Akmal, all-rounder Shoaib Malik and leg-spinner Danish Kaneria who were named in connection with fixing allegations that marred Pakistans tour of England in September. Three Pakistani players Salman Butt, Muhammad Asif and Muhammad Aamer were suspended by the ICC over charges of spot-fixing during the Lords Test against England in August. Those three players will appear before an ICC anti-corruption tribunal in Doha, (Qatar) from January 6 to 11. Following the fixing controversy, the ICC directed the PCB to take strict measures, including the formation of an integrity committee to examine suspicions against their players. The PCB also introduced a new players code of conduct with stricter punishments for corruption. Meanwhile, a meeting of PCB selection committee was held at Gaddafi Stadium which was presided over by PCB Chief Ijaz Butt and was also attended by Integrity Committee, Subhan Ahmad (COO), Justice (retd) Jamshed Ali, Mohsin Hasan Khan (Chief Selector), Zakir Khan (DCO International), Sultan Rana (DCO Domestic), Col Wasim (Security Manager/Integrity Officer) and Taffazul Rizvi Advocate (Special Invitee). Pakistan team camp concludes: Earlier, the camp of Pakistan team was terminated. In the morning session, all players did exercise and later left for their respective homes. They will gather on December 17 here at the National Cricket Academy for their departure to a Twenty20, Tests and One Day series. After the termination of camp, Intikhab Alam talking to group of a newsmen said that all the players were fully fit and ready to play against New Zealand. He added that discipline should be maintained strictly and if any player found breaching the discipline would be sent to home on first available flight.