Definition of 'match-fixing'
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Will match-fixing allegations be next to hit the headlines? Times, Sunday Times (2009)The big names also recommend that players tainted by match-fixing allegations should not be selected in future. The Sun (2010)ITALY have confirmed the punishments following the match-fixing scandal. The Sun (2012)FOUR players were banned for up to a year yesterday after a huge match-fixing probe by football chiefs. The Sun (2009)If there is match-fixing and spot-fixing around we need to get rid of it. Times, Sunday Times (2010)But they must wait to see if they can compete, after a string of match-fixing probes. The Sun (2012)The Rocket has been hit for claiming that match-fixing is rife in the sport. The Sun (2014)Twitter in an attempt to exert discipline at the end of a year that has been blighted by rebellion within the side and allegations of match-fixing. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Four alleged ringleaders of the biggest football match-fixing scandal in Europe went on trial yesterday accused of bribing players and officials in six countries. Times, Sunday Times (2010)But the match-fixing allegations focus on the last group match, which the hosts needed to win by four goals to reach the final. Times, Sunday Times (2012)I'd be gobsmacked if he was involved in anything to do with match-fixing or corruption. The Sun (2007)AN English cricketer appeared in court yesterday over match-fixing allegations. The Sun (2010)
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