Cricket still not safe - Fraser

Middlesex managing director of cricket Angus Fraser says the cricketing world is "naive" if it thinks corruption has not influenced more players following former Essex county player Mervyn Westfield's confession to accepting a corrupt payment to aid spot betting.

Westfield's charge relates to a 40-over one-day game against Durham on 5 September 2009 and Fraser insists "more should be done" to stamp out corruption from the sport, advocating closer monitoring of televised matches and the banning of mobile phones from county dressing rooms.

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