Global match fixing – spsyed analysis. According to a report in The News of the World, Mazher Majeed accepted £150000 sterling pounds to arrange a fix involving up to four cricket players, including new-ball bowlers Mohammad Amir and Mohammad Asif, whom he asked to bowl no-balls at specific moments of the 4th test match with England played in August 2010 at the Lords cricket stadium in London-UK. Thanks to the sheer money greed has ensured there are not any sports events that are not fixed. Asian and Indian bookmakers, gamblers and betting syndicates are also deeply involved in home and away cricket matching, and evade justice. Secret filming appears to show Majeed counting the cash given to him by the newspaper in a London hotel for match fixing. A 35-year-old man was arrested Saturday 28 August 2010 on suspicion of conspiracy to defraud bookmakers who are also involved with other match fixing rackets around the world. He was caught offering to fix part of England’s cricket Test match with Pakistan. Posing as businessmen from the Far East, News of the World ‘journalist’ Mazher Mahmood told Majeed that they were planning to bet on when no balls occurred. Mahmood was successful in persuading Majeed to give information that would prove he could indeed rig matches. Majeed offered to bribe certain Pakistani bowlers to manipulate the game. He then offers to ask certain bowlers to make sure they bowl “no balls” at specific points in the match. No balls were delivered during the

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