KARACHI The results of Test matches under suspicion of match-fixing involving Pakistan cricketers, former captain Salman Butt and fast bowlers M Asif and M Aamir, who have already been banned by the International Cricket Council (ICC) and a criminal trial against them is underway in a British court, have remained unchanged as the ICC has not crafted regulations to decide the fate of a march which is being cheated through spot-fixing. ICC, England and Wales cricket Board (ECB) and Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) have decided not to speak about the matter. We are not making any comments on the spot-fixing trial, said ICC spokesman in an email reply. However, we may say something after the trial concludes. The ECB also decided to remain silent on this issue. ECB will make no comments on the ongoing court case until it has concluded, ECB media official said in a reply to Waqt News. However forme PCB chief executive Arif Ali Khan Abbasi feels that ICC should change the results of these matches. In my opinion those were not matches as in those games Pakistan cricketers did cheat openly, so how you say that were matches? Although match fixing is a serious offence in the ICC books, but there is no clear law about the result of a match which is being cheated through spot-fixing. For many observers, results of the two Test matches should have been put on hold or being declared null and void. However, in the absence of laws, England and Pakistan would continue to enjoy the outcome of the results. Pakistan won 3rd Test played at Kennington Oval by 4 wickets while England won 4th Test played at Lords by an innings and 225 runs.