'Devastated' International Cricket Council to Probe Match-Fixing Links

Last week, British newspapers published excerpts of confidential statements from former New Zealand batsman Lou Vincent, who had earlier said he was co-operating with ICC's Anti-Corruption Security Unit (ACSU), and current captain Brendon McCullum in revealing key match-fixing details to the International Cricket Council.

updated: May 21, 2014 09:53 IST
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Wellington: The International Cricket Council will investigate how evidence given to a matchfixing probe had been leaked to the media and take action against anyone employed by them if involved, chief executive Dave Richardson said on Wednesday. (Read: Star cricketer involved)

The latest matchfixing scandal broke last December when New Zealand media reported that three former international cricketers had been linked to an investigation by the ICC's Anti-Corruption Security Unit (ACSU) into alleged matchfixing. (Also read: Chris Cairns denies allegations)

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