London: ECB's anti-corruption chief Chris Watts feels it would be "naive" to believe that county cricket had not been affected by corruption and said that the domestic league is at greater risk of falling prey to match-fixing than the international circuit.
"From what I know, I would suggest that (fixing) is probably around the domestic game," Watts, a former senior detective with the Metropolitan Police, told 'BBC Sport'.
"That's where some of the risks are, more so than the international arena. International players are under far more scrutiny than players in the domestic game. That's what would lead me to form that view," he added.