"It is no use fighting this case because the ICC tribunal has already decided what to do. Having this hearing is all a drama," Aftab Gul a former Test cricketer, told Pakistani news channel Ary on Saturday.
A three-member tribunal will sit in Doha from January 6 to 11 to consider alleged breaches of the ICC anti-corruption code by Butt and fellow players Muhammad Amir and Mohammad Asif [ Images ].
The ICC provisionally suspended the trio after an investigation into newspaper allegations that they arranged for deliberate no-balls to be delivered in the fourth Test against England [ Images ] in August.
Gul told Reuters: "I don't think they are going to get justice at this hearing."