Match-fixing prices rejected, participant declared clear

The ICC Anti-Corruption Unit has denied allegations of match-fixing in Al Jazeera’s match-fixing documentary.

Qatari TV had launched a documentary on Might 17, 2018 underneath the title of Cricket Match Fixers wherein 15 worldwide matches of India, Australia, England and Pakistan have been declared as co-fixes.

5 individuals, together with Hassan Raza of Pakistan, have been revealed to be concerned within the fixing.

The Worldwide Cricket Council (ICC) has launched an inquiry to substantiate the declare, which rejected allegations of fixing after reviewing numerous items of proof and elements.

The ICC says the allegations of fixing haven’t been substantiated, after which all matches and people concerned have been cleared.

Based on the report of Arab TV, there have been a number of circumstances of fixing from 2011 to 2012. Bucky Anil Munawar has been concerned in corruption in worldwide cricket since 2010. The ICC has been monitoring Anil Munawar for 8 years.

Al Jazeera’s investigation crew has additionally uncovered Indian bookie Anil Munawar. Some British gamers did spot-fixing in 7 matches, whereas Australian gamers did spot-fixing in 5 matches.

Based on the report of Arab TV, Pakistani gamers have been concerned in spot-fixing in 3 matches, fixing happened in Lord’s match between India and England whereas collection between South Africa and England was mounted in UAE.

The report mentioned that the collection between Pakistan and England was additionally mounted within the UAE.

The report clarifies that the images of the gamers with Bucky Anil Munawar don’t essentially contain any wrongdoing.

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