LAHORE Former Pakistan Test captain Rashid Latif, who resigned as the wicketkeeping coach of the National Cricket Academy after the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) handed him a notice over his statement on spot-fixing, suggested a delay in the live broadcast of matches to curb the menace of match-fixing. I guarantee that even a delay of 30 seconds in live telecast of matches will put an end to spot-fixing, Latif said. The former wicketkeeper batsman, who has joined the Afghanistan national team as its head coach, said that the ICC would have to convince its television partner ESPN-Star to delay the broadcast. The ICC will have to bear the loss as the media companies would possibly disagree with the idea but I can guarantee that spot-fixing will die with delayed telecast of matches, he added.