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Article content PERTH, Australia - The International Cricket Council says there is no evidence the third Ashes test had been "corrupted" after claims in a British newspaper that bookmakers offered to fix parts of the match. Article content The Sun newspaper published purported evidence of bookmakers offering to sell details of rigged periods of play for betting purposes in the test which began on Thursday in Perth. ICC: No evidence of corruption regarding 3rd Ashes test Back to video ICC anti-corruption unit general manager Alex Marshall launched an investigation. "From my initial assessment of the material, there is no evidence, either from The Sun or via our own intelligence, to suggest the current test match has been corrupted," Marshall said in a statement. "At this stage of the investigation, there is no indication that any players in this test have been in contact with the alleged fixers.