Two Aussie Cricketers Accused Of Match Fixing In New Doco

Two Aussie Cricketers Accused Of Match Fixing In New Doco

Two Aussie Cricketers Accused Of Match Fixing In New Doco

"Although not having been provided an opportunity to view the documentary or any raw footage, our long-standing position on these matters is that credible claims will be treated very seriously and fully investigated", CA CEO James Sutherland said in a statement. The board also said it would consider action against implicated former cricketer Robin Morris only if he is found guilty in an ongoing ICC probe. The programme alleged that a groundsman agreed to doctor pitches for test matches involving the world's top tier global sides.

For the Australia match Indika says he made a pitch for bowlers. Such tactics would allow those involved to profit dishonestly from placing bets against that outcome with unsuspecting bookmakers.

The Assistant Secretary of Sri Lanka Cricket and a stalwart of the Panadura Sports Club, Ravin Wickramaratne is alleged to be the mastermind of a domestic match-fixing scandal that hit the headlines past year. And when you look at Sri Lanka, our strength has always been spin.

According to reports, the undercover journalist made use of hidden cameras to unveil how the alleged fix was arranged and the pitch doctored.

Indika allegedly claimed to the website that he prepared the pitch for the batsmen. "We just give a global amount to the man, whoever he is", he said. "Don't water it and this will cause damage to the wicket", he says.

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The International Cricket Council (ICC) has already begun an investigation.

Some of the allegations in the documentary centred on England's Test defeat to India in Chennai in December 2016.

Meanwhile, the Board of Control for Cricket in Indian (BCCI) on Sunday reacted cautiously to the Al Zazeera sting operation which has alleged pitch doctoring in three Test matches featuring India. "Our guys didn't play well".

"Because he's the main curator. He is the assistant manager and curator of the Galle stadium", the website quotes Morris.

There was also no way for fixers to know which two batsmen would be batting together at any time in a match, while Australia fought out for a draw.

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"We hit 10 bookies in one go", he reveals. A full investigation is now under way to examine each claim made. "You're going to get conditions that favour home teams", Paine said.

Munawar, who reportedly works for a criminal mafia associated with wanted criminal Dawood Ibrahim, says he can fix "60 to 70 percent of global matches and that he had been doing it for more than six years".

A plot to fix an England v/s Sri Lanka cricket test match has been exposed by an undercover investigation. This has prompted the ICC to launch an investigation into the matter, Saturday.

Morris denies any wrongdoing. The players pictured are not named in any part of the Al Jazeera story. He expressed complete faith in his cricketers and denied their involvement in the match-fixing.

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