2. Shantakumar Sreesanth: One of the members of the Indian bowling attack was Shantakumar Sreesanth, a fast bowler. On May 7, 2013, He played for Rajasthan Royals team in the IPL. but Predetermined he gave Kings XI Punjab 14 runs by default. On May 16 of that year, Delhi police arrested Sreesanth for match-fixing. The next day, Sreesanth made a confessional statement. Later, the Indian Cricket Board banned him for a lifetime. He was also banned from life for another Rajasthan Royals player, Ankit Chauhan.
3. Ajay Sharma: In terms of players who have played more than 10,000 matches in first-class cricket, Ajay Sharma was above average 67 up in third class cricket. Such a talented cricketer played for Indian just 1 Tests and 32 ODI. In 2000, Ajay Sharma was also banned for life along with Azharuddin for allegedly fixing a match in the black chapter of cricket. in 2014, His ban was lifted at that time his age crossed 50 plus.