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Cook wants life ban for match-fixing

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England captain Alastair Cook has called for life bans for players found guilty of match-fixing.
 
But he said he would have "no problem" playing against Pakistan bowler Mohammad Amir, who served a five-year ban for the lesser crime of spot-fixing and is set to tour England this summer.
 
"Amir has served his time," said Cook.
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