National Crime Agency issued a statement claims, officers had arrested a British man in his thirties this morning in the Sheffield area (in northern England) as part of its investigation into the spot-fixing of cricket matches.
NCA officers arrested two men, also in their 30s on February 13 and were bailed until April.
Amid a corruption probe involving players in the Pakistan Super League earlier this month, the NCA said they were "working closely" with the Pakistan Cricket Board and International Cricket Council´s anti-corruption units.
Pakistani cricket officials have charged Sharjeel Khan and Khalid Latif for spot-fixing in a corruption probe that threatens to undermine the PSL.
Later both were suspended after being accused of meeting a suspicious person linked to an international betting syndicate, could face up to a life ban from international and domestic cricket under Pakistan Cricket Board corruption rules.
Both Sharjeel and Latif have denied any involvement in the alleged corruption.