LAHORE Following the dismal performance by Pakistan cricket team in Test matches against England, the Pakistan Cricket Boards (PCB) top management has decided to finally give Younus Khan the green-signal to return. Reports said that the decision to recall Younus Khan in the five-match One Day Internationals series was taken in the meeting between skipper Shahid Afridi and team manager Yawar Saeed. Important decisions were taken in the meeting during which Shahid Afridi showed an aggressive body language to make team management accept most of his demands. It is important to mention here that Shahid Afridi had told the team management during the ICC World Twenty20 in West Indies that there is a certain group of players who were involved in match fixing, spot fixing, and fancy fixing. He had also mentioned the names of brother bookies, Mazhar Majeed and Azhar Majeed, and urged the team management to ask players to part ways with these two bookies. Pakistan lost at least two matches in that competition in dramatic ways which looked saved for them. The Super Eights game against New Zealand and semi-final clash against Australia are the two games that are under scanner of possibilities of match fixing. Younus Khan, 32, has not played for Pakistan since February this year after the Board decided to send him to Australia for the One-Day Series, but he had withdrawn his name citing personal reasons. Meanwhile, Pakistan cricket chiefs on Sunday requested British police give them access to the Test match betting investigation, adding that both the countrys president and prime minister will be kept informed. Charges of spot-fixing against some Pakistan players during the Lords Test, which England won by an innings and 225 runs on Sunday, have rocked the sport. The investigation followed claims by an alleged fixer in the News of the World newspaper that he persuaded some Pakistani players to under-perform and bowl no-balls during the Test.