The CPS said all four men are to face charges of conspiracy to obtain and accept corrupt payments. They are due to appear in court on 17 March.
The developments follow a News of the World sting operation in August in which the newspaper said a middleman had been paid £150,000 to fix the timing of no balls during the final Test of the four-match series at Lord’s.
The suggestion was that bets would be placed on when these no balls would be played. The three cricketers were accused of taking bribes to bowl the no balls.
CPS spokesman Simon Clements said today: “Mr Majeed has been summonsed to appear for a first hearing at City of Westminster Magistrates’ Court on 17 March.
“Summonses for the same court date have been issued for the three players and they have been asked to return to this country voluntarily, as they agreed to do in September last year. Their extradition will be sought should they fail to return.”
Majeed, who lives in this country, is accused of accepting cash to ask players to deliberately bowl no balls during their tour of England.