Former World No. 5 Stephen Lee has been found guilty of fixing seven snooker matches, the World Professional Billiards and Snooker Association (WPBSA) has announced.
The sanction will be announced at a separate hearing on September 24, the WPBSA said on Monday.
Lee, 38, has been suspended since last October and faces a possible lifetime ban, reports Xinhua.
The Englishman was charged following an investigation into seven matches over four tournaments — three in the Malta Cup in 2008, two at the UK championship 2008, and one each at the China Open 2009 and the World championship 2009. — IANS