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    The site which has split wide open the match-fixing scandal. Features uncensored transcripts of the videotaped documentary on match-fixing, interviews with Ajit Wadekar, Jaywant Lele, Sunil Gavaskar, Navjot Siddhu, Rakesh Maria (Mumbai commissioner of police), Kiran More and Manoj Prabhakar himself.

    Outlook's full coverage of the match-fixing scandal: June 11, 1997 onwards, when Manoj Prabhakar first revealed that he had been offered Rs 25 lakh by a team-mate to play below par.

    Interviews, articles, news, chat transcripts and Real Audio coverage of the match-fixing controversy.

    News, updates, articles and extensive coverage on the match-fixing scandal.

    "Cricket for the thinking fan," says the homepage. The highlight of the site is its mathematical model to compute the pre-match probability (PMP)of a team winning. If the result is at odds with the PMP, then the result goes down as an upset. Claims to have a 65 to 70 per cent success rate in its predictions. Check out its over by over predictions for the upcoming Asia Cup. Also has good coverage of the match-fixing scandal.

    Site of the former Pakistan wicket-keeper, who was one of the first to raise match fixing allegations. Features audio "proof" and "documents" of match-fixing, a summary of Justice Qayyum's report, detailed reports, news on match-fixing, columns and more.

    The site takes a flip look at the match-fixing scandal that's rocking cricket. Check out cartoons, share research papers on match-fixing, read a chronology of the scam, or just stay abreast of the news.

    Home page of the former Indian all-rounder who finds himself in the eye of the match-fixing storm. Has career stats, photo gallery, and a profile.

    An interview with I S Bindra, conducted in September 2000, where he says: ''The players are not involved in match-fixing. I wish I could say the same for the administrators."

    A report on "What the Board of Control for Cricket in India is doing with your money". Features excerpts from the PIL filed in the Delhi High court which reveals that the Board spends twice as much money every year on committee and travelling expenses as it does on coaching. Has discussion forums, BBCI accounts, DDCA accounts, and lots more on the mismanagement of Indian cricket.

    Excellent coverage of the match-fixing scandal from a South African perspective. Features headline news, polls and columns.

    Collection of news features published by Cricket Unlimited on the match-fixing scandal and background links about Cronjegate.

    News, features, articles and archives from the South African newspaper, Daily Mail and Guardian.

    Breaking news and past articles on the match-fixing controversy.

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