LAHORE (Agencies) - Lawyer Aftab Gul, who represented Salman Butt in the ICC spot-fixing hearings, believes that the Crown Court in London does not have enough evidence to give an adverse decision against the banned Pakistan captain and pacer Asif. "I don't think these two players should get an adverse judgement from the court," Gul, a former Test batsman, said. Gul, who represented Butt in the ICC hearings in Dubai, said the court didn't have enough evidence to prove that the two players are guilty of the charges brought against them by the crown prosecutor's office. "The court does not have enough evidence to prove them guilty. In fact the footage of the defunct 'News of the world' newspaper is also inconclusive as these players are not seen receiving money from the alleged bookmaker and their agent, Mazhar Majeed," Gul noted. "In these circumstances I think any punishment to Butt and Asif would be unjust," he added. Gul said since young pacer Aamir has already given a written confession therefore his chances are bleak but these two should be given the benefit of doubt. Aamir and Mazhar Majeed have been asked to appear before the crown court and jury on November 3 and 4 with a decision expected from the court next week.