LAHORE Pakistans runaway wicketkeeper Zulqarnain Haider will be questioned by the ICCs Anti-Corruption and Security Unit later this week. Haider, who fled to London last Monday following the alleged death threats, will name the persons who he claims forced him to stand down from the captaincy of Lahore Eagles in a one-day match against NBP on March 28, 2009. Lahore Eagles had scored 122 in 40.3 overs. NBP, who had to win with big margin to improve their net run-rate to reach the semi-finals, replied with 123 for no wicket off 6.1 overs. Salman Butt scored an unbeaten 92 off 25 balls. Kamran Akmal was the NBP captain, and Wahab Riaz and Mohammed Amir were also in the winning team. Haider narrated the incident to British media in these words: One night before - I was captain for my team - they gave the captaincy to another player and said 'you are not able to do captaincy. The coach said to me, if you do not rest, you will not be playing next year for Lahore, The Sunday Telegraph quoted him as saying. It is likely that local coach Sajjad Akbar, who the Sunday Telegraph, claims was the man tipped to be named by Zulqarnain, will remain in headlines in coming days.