LAHORE The England and Wales Cricket Board does not believe the International Cricket Councils probe into Fridays third one-day international against Pakistan places the remainder of the NatWest series in jeopardy. The ICC confirmed that it had launched an investigation into the match at the Oval amid claims by the Sun newspaper that overseas bookmakers knew certain details of the Pakistan innings before the match had begun. ICC chief executive Haroon Lorgat said that the match, which Pakistan won by 23 runs, featured 'a certain scoring pattern that warranted further investigation. With the spot-fixing probe that has rocked world cricket still ongoing, the news of this latest investigation is a further blow for the sport. But the ECB, while refusing to comment directly on this latest ICC investigation, insists there is no prospect of the allegations threatening the current one-day series, which England leads 2-1 after the defeat. An ECB spokesman told Press Association Sport that the matter was in the hands of the ICC as it stands. We see the final two matches going ahead at this stage.