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In “No Ball: The Murky World of Match Fixing”, Chandramohan Puppala traces cricket's biggest corruption back to kingpin Dawood himself.
'The most explosive book yet about corruption in cricket' Lawrence Booth, editor of Wisden Cricketers' Almanack A startling and powerful journey to the very core of India's illegal bookmaking industry that exposes the scale of corruption and the match-fixing that now runs rife throughout world cricket.
BOOKIE, GAMBLER, FIXER SPY: A journey into the Heart of Cricket’s underworld – Ed Hawkins. This was a follow up read after ‘Wounded Tiger’ which was about Cricket in Pakistan and a couple of chapters were about match fixing. The author and the book were referenced in Wounded Tiger and this led me to it.
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Match fixing threatens to undermine all sports, not just cricket, as people have to be confident that the competition they are seeing is genuine, that the players are pursuing the objectives of the game within the rules; that they are not pursuing ulterior objectives. Otherwise there is no game, only the pretence of a game.
In “No Ball: The Murky World of Match Fixing”, Chandramohan Puppala traces cricket ’s biggest corruption back to kingpin Dawood himself.
In Cricket 2.0: Inside the T20 Revolution, Tim Wigmore and Freddie Wilde write about how the first great fixing scandal to be exposed allegedly began in a hotel room.
Pakistani players Salman Butt, Mohammad Asif and Mohammad Amir were later jailed and banned from cricket. In 2013, three cricketers from New Zealand were approached by the ICC in regards to match fixing, later named as Lou Vincent, Chris Cairns and Daryl Tuffey. In 2014, Vincent admitted to being involved in match fixing.