PUNE (India) Pakistans suspended Test captain Salman Butts lawyers are likely to raise Indias Suresh Rainas case when their clients appeal comes up for hearing in Dubai on Saturday and Sunday, it was learnt here. If Suresh Raina can get away with the allegations (and that too by Britains most reputed newspaper, Sunday Times), why only the Pakistan players are targeted, asked one of his lawyers. According to the Lahore-based sources, the lawyers and the player are set to oppose the spot-fixing charges. There is no direct evidence to this case and the charges, even on circumstantial evidence, are not admissible in the court of law, a source close to Salman Butts lawyers told this scribe. Interestingly, Salman Butt has also hired the former federal law minister, Dr. Khalid Ranjha, along with the former Test player and lawyer, Aftab Gul. The players and their lawyers are leaving for Dubai on Friday morning and the arrangements for lawyers stay in Dubai have not been made by the ICC or the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) but the concerned players, Salman Butt and Mohammad Aamir. The purpose of the hearing is not to decide whether or not the players are guilty, but whether or not they should be allowed to play on while crickets Anti-Corruption and Security Unit (ACSU) investigates the charges against them. Mohammad Asif, the third player implicated in the saga of deliberately delivering no-balls, will not be present as he has already withdrawn his appeal. The Honourable Michael Jacob Beloff QC (b. 1942), a prominent English barrister, will hear the appeal while ICCs legal head David Becker is also likely to be present.