ICC Reveals Its Findings on Al Jazeera’s Match Fixing Claims


The ICC has concluded its investigation into the ‘Cricket’s Match Fixers’ documentary by Al Jazeera on 27 Could 2018. No fees might be purchased underneath the ICC Anti-Corruption Code in opposition to any of the 5 Members to the Code who featured in this system resulting from inadequate credible and dependable proof.


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The excellent investigation centered on three primary areas: the claims made by this system, the suspects who have been a part of it, and the way this system gathered proof.

This system alleged that two matches have been mounted together with India v England in Chennai in 2016 and India v Australia in Ranchi in 2017. To evaluate whether or not the passages of play highlighted in this system have been uncommon in any method, the ICC engaged 4 unbiased betting and cricketing specialists to research the claims. All 4 concluded that the passages of play recognized in this system as being allegedly mounted have been completely predictable, and due to this fact implausible as a repair.

All 5 Members to the Code who featured in this system have been interviewed by the ICC Integrity Unit and there’s inadequate proof based mostly on the conventional thresholds utilized by means of the Code to put any fees.


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Alex Marshall, ICC Normal Supervisor – Integrity stated: “We welcome the reporting of alleged corrupt exercise inside cricket as there is no such thing as a place for such conduct in our sport, however we additionally have to be glad there’s enough proof to maintain fees in opposition to Members. Within the case of the claims aired on this program, there are elementary weaknesses in every of the areas we’ve got investigated that make the claims unlikely and missing in credibility, a viewpoint that has been corroborated by 4 unbiased specialists.

“Ought to any new substantial proof come to mild I’ll re-examine the case. However at current, I’m comfy with the conclusion of the investigation and the thoroughness with which it was undertaken.”

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