Sri Lankan team manager Anura Tennekoon on Wednesday called for corruption free cricket in order to sustain the interest in the game after three Pakistani players were found guilty in a spot-fixing scandal. "I think any form of corruption in the game should be dealt with seriously and eradicated so that the interest in the game is sustained," said Tennekoon when asked about his reaction on the court verdict in England on Tuesday. Former Pakistan Test captain Salman Butt and paceman Mohammad Asif were found guilty of conspiracy to cheat and accepting corrupt payments by a London court jury after almost four weeks of trial which started on October 4. A third cricketer Mohammad Aamer and their agent Mazhar Majeed -- who both confessed before the trial began -- will appear before the court on Wednesday. Justice Cooke, who led the trial, is due to pronounce sentences for the guilty players on Wednesday or Thursday.