West Indies batsman Thomas has been suspended on allegations of match-fixing.
The International Cricket Council (ICC) has announced that a temporary ban has been imposed on West Indies batsman Devon Thomas on allegations of match-fixing.
The 33-year-old Thomas, who represents his country in all three formats, has been accused of breaching the rules by the Anti-Corruption Bodies of all three formats.
ICC states that the International Cricket Council has received seven allegations against West Indies player Devon Thomas from Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC), Emirates Cricket Board (ECB), and Caribbean Premier League (CPL) under their Anti-Corruption Code.
Immediate temporary suspension has been imposed on the batsman for these allegations. The player has 14 days, starting from May 23, 2023, to respond to the allegations.
Thomas has been included in the West Indies team for the upcoming One-Day Series with the United Arab Emirates next month.