|The International Cricket Council have opened an investigation into alleged spot-fixing by a Kenya player at last year's World Cup.
It is understood that Kenya's pool match against Pakistan in Hambantota is under suspicion.
Kenya bowled 37 wides during the match - equalling the record for the number of wides in a one-day international - on the way to a 205-run defeat.
Cricket Kenya's chief executive Tom Sears confirmed they were aware of an investigation but could not comment any further on the matter.
"We have been told to refer all enquiries to the ICC, we are in contact with them and are aware that there is an investigation," Sears told Press Association Sport.
"Apart from that we can't say much more other than we will co-operate fully with the ICC over this."
The ICC would not comment on whether an investigation has been launched, saying: "This is a matter for the (ICC's) Anti-Corruption Unit and is not something that we would comment on as a matter of policy."
Kenya failed to win a match at last year's World Cup, losing all six games in Group A.
Spot-fixing in cricket has hit the headlines in recent times with three Pakistan players jailed for a plan to bowl no-balls to demand during their 2010 tour of England.
Former skipper Salman Butt is serving a two-and-a-half-year sentence while Mohammad Amir and Mohammad Asif served three and six months respectively.
Former Essex bowler Mervyn Westfield also served four months behind bars this year after he pleaded guilty to one count of accepting or obtaining a corrupt payment to bowl in a way that would allow the scoring of runs in a match against Durham in September 2009.
Westfield has subsequently launched a challenge against his conviction.