At least three Indian Test Matches played were fixed: Report

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At least three Indian Test Matches played were fixed: Report

NEW DELHI - At least three Test matches featuring India during the past two years were fixed, according to a documentary on cricket corruption by Al Jazeera.

The India versus England Test played in Chennai (December 16-20), the India versus Australia Test in Ranchi (March 16-20, 2017) and the Galle Test between India and Sri Lanka (July 26-29, 2017) were influenced by bookmakers, as per the investigation.

It is also said that at least two Australian cricketers were involved in Ranchi and three Englishmen fixed sessions in Chennai. The England players have denied these charges, while Australians have said they do not have credible evidence on their players being part of corruption in the game. <link> <link>

The documentary titled "Cricket's Match-Fixers" by the Qatar-based news network can be watched online on Sunday at 3pm Pakistan time.