Spot-fixing: Sreesanth, Chandila and Chavan's police custody extended by five days

The top 10 developments in the spot-fixing controversy that has plagued the sixth edition of the Indian Premier League.

updated: May 24, 2013 12:54 IST
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New Delhi: The three tainted cricketers arrested on charges of spot-fixing in the on-going season of Indian Premier League - S Sreesanth, Ajit Chandila and Ankeet Chavan - were today remanded to police custody for five more days by a Delhi court. They have been in the custody of Delhi Police ever since they were arrested last Thursday.

1. Sreesanth on Tuesday claimed that he is innocent has done no wrong. "I have never indulged in any spot fixing and I have always played cricket in the spirit of the game," a statement emailed to the media by his lawyer Rebecca John said. (Read more)

2. The Delhi Police in court had said it wanted the custody to be extended as it had to make more recoveries and the accused were required to be confronted with each other. Sreesanth, reportedly, looked tense during the proceedings. (Pics: From cricket to court)

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