Analysis: Fixing the problem of match-fixing

With a number of arrests made this year in coordinated busts, are the authorities beginning to get the upper hand in the war on match-fixing or are they barely scratching the surface?

It is exactly 100 years since eight players from the Chicago White Sox accepted bribes from a gambling syndicate to throw baseball’s World Series in 1919. The infamous ‘Black Sox Scandal’, as it was later dubbed, left a stain on the team and the sport for years to come. One century on and match-fixing is…

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