LAHORE Former swing king Sarfraz Nawaz has asked the fixing tainted trio to go to the International Court of Arbitration for Sports as according to him the ICCs may not decide in favour of Pakistan cricketers. Sarfraz said that the Pakistan players accused of spot-fixing should take their case to the Court of Arbitration for Sport. When the suspended players have no confidence in the ICC, how can they expect a favourable decision when the final hearing is held, a website quoted Nawaz as saying. The International Cricket Councils code of commission rejected appeals by Salman Butt and Mohammad Amir against their suspensions last Sunday, with the next stage being a hearing by the anti-corruption tribunal into details of the fixing case. Fast bowler Mohammad Asif withdrew his appeal. Butt and Amir accused the ICC of not listening to their appeals against provisional bans last Sunday as code of commission head Michael Beloff heard their appeals. Beloff will now form a three-member anti-corruption tribunal. In the first place the players should have directly gone to the tribunal instead of going through this appeal process, Nawaz said. Nawaz said the indications were there that the ICC had some proof against the trio when it suspended them on September 2 after British tabloid The News of the World accused them of bowling pre-determined no-balls during the Test against England at Lords. I dont think when the tribunal meets they will have a soft corner for them and I believe they will hand them tough punishments, Nawaz said.