Two Pakistani cricketers face up to nine years in prison after being convicted of fixing part of a test match.
A London court found former Pakistani Test captain Salman Butt and fast bowler Mohammad Asif guilty of conspiracy to cheat.
Butt was also convicted of conspiracy to accept corrupt payments - the jury is still deliberating on the same charge against Asif.
The trial came after a sports agent was filmed accepting cash from an undercover News of the World journalist pretending to be a wealthy Indian businessman arranging to rig games.
A third Pakistani player, Mohammad Amir, was also allegedly involved in the scheme to bowl three no-balls at specific times during the match last year.
Both Asif and Butt insisted they were innocent.
Lindsey Parietti, Reuters