Breaking News comes from the field of cricket as Sunil Gavaskar – the interim president of BCCI-IPL made a shocking revelation saying that in the current season of Indian Premier League (IPL 2014) two cricketers were approached by the bookies and the matter has been reported to the Anti-Corruption and Security Unit officials (ACSU).
At a time when the Supreme Court has appointed a committee to probe allegations of match-fixing and betting in the 2013 Indian Premier League, bookies are still trying to influence players.
The players reported the matter to the IPL governing council through officers appointed with each team and the approach has been reported to the BCCI’s anti-corruption unit. “They are looking into it,” Sunil Gavaskar said. Details of the players or teams were not available.
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