LAHORE - The Pakistan Cricket Board is holding meetings with its legal team to prepare a solid reply to the English and Wales Cricket Board's letter seeking apology and as part of the legqalities it may also take legal course against England player Jonathan Trott for altercation with Wahab Riaz before the Lords ODI. England batsman Jonathan Trott after his clash with bowler Wahab Riaz before the fourth one-day international at Lords gave another twist to the whole episode of match-fixing that also recorded PCB chairman giving statement about fixing in the England team. PCB chairman Ijaz Butt had conferred with his legal team over the possibility of filing legal action against Trott for allegedly calling Riaz "a match-fixer" while the two teams were warming up in the nets, the source said. The two players scuffled and had to appear before the match referee over the incident, with Trott apologising to Riaz. There is a strong likelihood that the PCB, in a tit-for-tat response to the threat by the England and Wales Cricket Board to sue Butt over his remarks against English players, will go after Trott, it has been learnt. The ECB has demanded a full and unreserved apology from Butt for his allegations that England players had engaged in match-fixing. Butt made the claims to a Pakistan television channel after England lost the third one-day international at the Brit Insurance Oval.