The ICC's chief executives' committee has instructed Sri Lanka Cricket and the Bangladesh Cricket Board to incorporate and implement anti-corruption codes for domestic cricket in line with the ICC's international code. In the SLC's case, it must comply with the rules before the Sri Lanka Premier League in August this year.
In October 2010, the ICC chief executive Haroon Lorgat had asked all ICC members to adopt a domestic anti-corruption code. This followed the spot-fixing controversy in June 2010 during a Test match between England and Pakistan at Lord's. The PCB revised the code of conduct for its players later that same year, with a strong emphasis on anti-corruption. Cricket Australia, the ECB and the BCCI have taken steps to establish their own anti-corruption units to monitor domestic cricket in their respective countries.