Match fixing, in its various forms, have put cricket in disrepute. Recently, the issue came back to haunt the game after Pakistan Cricket Board handed out a ban to wicketkeeper batsman Umar Akmal for not reporting to the anti-corruption unit an approach by a bookie. It is not the first time in the history of cricket that a player has been penalised for hiding information on potential match fixing. This is unlikely to be the last. Shahid Hashmi, a senior journalist who covers Pakistan cricket, along with the 5.75 Ounces panelists discuss corruption in cricket, and deliberate whether legalisation of betting would bring about a change.