The undercover investigation reveals how criminal gangs bribe players and officials to fix matches and make millions from betting on guaranteed outcomes.
In secretly filmed meetings, the I-Unit exposes criminals who target both Test matches and the fast-growing Twenty20 tournaments. International players agree to fix matches and explain how spot-fixes have been carried out at Test matches involving some of the world’s leading teams.
Hidden cameras show how a head groundsman was paid by criminals to doctor the pitch for two Test matches, allowing them to control and bet heavily on the result.
The 18-month investigation also uncovers plans to set up a Twenty20 tournament in Dubai involving former international players, solely for the purpose of match fixing.