LAHORE The International Cricket Councils Anti-Corruption and Security Unit is expected to closely examine 82 games involving Pakistan over the last three years, it was learnt on Sunday. Bookie Mazhar Majid is supposed to have been closely associated with some of the Pakistan cricketers for over three years and hence a decision is being taken to investigate all the matches. Investigators have also found out that Majid has piled up a four-figure bill on his mobile phone leading up to Pakistans Test against England. Pakistans former leg spinner Mushtaq Ahmad, the England teams spin bowling coach, could come under scrutiny. The ICC had advised not to appoint him as he is alleged to have been involved in corruption in the past. Reports in British newspapers suggested that 50,000 was recovered from Butt by police. But Rizvi, who is also representing Butt and his team-mates Mohammad Asif and Mohammad Aamer, said this does not prove any wrongdoing. Majeed is their marketing agent and the money recovered from players could be paid on sponsorship deals and it doesnt prove a crime, he said. Players themselves appoint their agents, and once they make a deal they get good money in sponsorship and have regular meetings.