The cricket world is awaiting the final Mudgal committee probe report on allegations of corruption in 2013 Indian Premier League.
The focus is on Board of Control for Cricket in India's president-in-exile N. Srinivasan, one of the 13 names investigated by Justice Mukul Mudgal, a former High Court judge, and his team. A clutch of high-profile cricketers are also under the scanner.
The report will be submitted to a special Supreme Court bench on November 3. The bench comprising Justice T.S. Thakur and Ibrahim Kalifulla, will hear the case on November 10, a day that could be a game-changer in Indian cricket. The main parties contesting the case - petitioner Cricket Association of Bihar and the BCCI-N.Srinivasan combination - believe the law will prevail and the corrupt booked.