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Tennis officials 'absolutely reject' cover-up allegations

A bombshell report was dropped on the world of men's tennis with a BuzzFeed News/BBC investigation uncovering secret files that point to widespread match-fixing in the sport.

Op-Ed: Will Brazil’s World Cup be fixed?

At the time of writing, the 2014 World Cup is under 50 days away from taking its first breath in Sao Paulo, Brazil. It is, in truth, a competition like no other.

Op-Ed: Is English football fit for purpose? Special

English football is watched all over the world. Now, as yet another scandal looms, its reputation is in danger of being fatally tarnished.

Snooker — The cleanest game in town

Bristol - Top snooker player Stephen Lee has been banned from the professional game for 12 years. This is an unheard of sanction for an almost unheard of crime.

Snooker player Stephen Lee found guilty of match-fixing

Stephen Lee, the former world number five snooker player, has been found guilty of match fixing by an independent sports resolution tribunal.

Op-Ed: Soccer match-fixing scandal - Has the beautiful game gone ugly?

The Hague - European Police (Europol) announced on Monday that match fixing and corruption in professional soccer, worldwide, is more widespread than previously known and has spread into the upper echelons of the world's beautiful game.

Now Pakistan cricket accuses England of match fixing in new twist

Kennington - The international row that has been raging on for weeks involving Pakistani cricketers deliberately bowling no balls in a spot fixing scandal took a new twist this morning as the Pakistani chairman Ijaz Butt accuses England players of receiving bribes.

UEFA names five teams suspected of match-fixing in European ties

The governing body of European Football, UEFA, introduced its Betting Fraud Detection System (BFDS) in July 2009. This program has been monitoring all matches in the top two tiers of every European league for irregular betting patterns since that time.

UEFA asks police to investgate 15 'fixed' matches

The governing body of European soccer, UEFA has asked police to look into allegations that 15 football matches were fixed to suit Asian betting syndicates officials have confirmed.

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