SYDNEY (Agencies) Shocked by speculation of match-fixing during Pakistans tour here, Australias Test and ODI vice-captain Michael Clarke and former skipper Steve Waugh hoped that the devastating claims turn out to be false as they didnt sense anything fishy during the series. The ICC has acknowledged that the series, especially the Sydney Test, was under suspicion but Clarke said he is confident that nothing suspicious happened during the series. The Sydney Test was a wonderful Test win. I can only talk personally. I certainly had no suspicions. Looking back, it was a wonderful Test match and a huge win for us but I certainly had no suspicions, Clarke was quoted as saying by The Australian. Waugh said he didnt see any deliberate under-performance during the Sydney Test, during which Pakistani wicket-keeper Kamran Akmal dropped four catches besides missing a crucial run out. I thought it was a great Test match, the former captain said. I would be devastated like all sports fans if there was an element of match-fixing to it because it was a fantastic Test. It was up and down the whole way. It fluctuated and thats what Test matches are all about to have someone come out and say it wasnt quite right that would be very damaging to the game and also to Pakistan, he added. Waugh said Australias come-from-behind victory was not unusual in anyway as the world champions have proved themselves time and again. First day, I said: if you want to see a great victory I would back Australia now because thats the sort of situation Australian cricketers like. They like to be behind the eight ball, the odds against them and thats when they produce their best cricket so I wasnt surprised by the end result. The former captain said match-fixing is anyway difficult to prove.