IPL probe report: Six top Indian players under match-fixing scanner

A current Team India player is among six prominent "Indian capped" players whose names figure in the probe report that investigated the IPL betting and spot-fixing scam.

updated: February 11, 2014 20:45 IST
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New Delhi: Six prominent "Indian capped" players, including one who is part of the current team, are likely to face the heat for their alleged roles in fixing scandal. This after their names were hinted at in the report filed before the Supreme Court by a committee probing the IPL betting and spot-fixing scam, on Monday. (Adjoining picture for representation use only)

In its report, the three-member committee - headed by former Punjab and Haryana Chief Justice Mukul Mudgal, said that former Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) president I.S. Bindra had also stated that he knew two former reputed Indian players who were allegedly involved in match fixing. (Also read: Probe findings just tip of the iceberg: Lalit Modi tell NDTV)

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