2019 IPL matches fixed 'based on inputs' from Pakistan; CBI books seven

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The central agency has started a country-wide probe and was carrying out searches at seven locations in Delhi, Hyderabad, Jaipur and Jodhpur. The agency received inputs that "a network of individuals involved in cricket betting are influencing the outcome of Indian Premer League (IPL) matches based on inputs received from Pakistan"
2019 IPL matches fixed 'based on inputs' from Pakistan; CBI books seven
9 days ago·Pakistan

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