India's football chiefs have inked a deal with FIFA to ensure the Indian Super League and other domestic competitions are corruption free, the world governing body said.
Early Warning System (EWS), a FIFA subsidiary, and the All India Football Federation (AIFF) signed a monitoring service agreement aimed at "safeguarding the integrity of the game" in a "global fight against match manipulation", a FIFA statement posted late Thursday confirmed.
The EWS will monitor betting markets on irregularities and analyse specific match situation in its sporting context. If EWS's analysis indicates strong grounds for suspecting match fixing, the AIFF will be alerted. (I-League more important than ISL for AIFF, FIFA)