India's matchfixing problem

As the IPL grows in influence there are fears the multi-million dollar competition could be vulnerable to corruption


    India's recent World Cup win plus the continuing success of the IPL means interest in the game and the money it generates has never been higher.

    However, away from the stadiums, there's a growing problem affecting India's sporting reputation.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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