Strict surveillance! BCCI to use invisible weapon to thwart the IPL, which bookies will not even notice

Bangla Hunt Desk: After overcoming all the obstacles, the IPL ball is finally going to roll in 22 overs. The 13th IPL will be held in the United Arab Emirates from tomorrow. As the Corona infection is rampant in India at the moment, the IPL is going to be held in the United Arab Emirates instead of India.

However, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) is keeping a close eye on the IPL so that the shadow of corruption does not enter the IPL. The BCCI is even tougher on learning from the spot-fixing in the IPL in 2013.

In 2013, there was a big match-fixing in the IPL. A total of three Indian cricketers, including Sreesanth, were sent into exile for match-fixing. Chennai Super Kings and Rajasthan Royals were also jailed for two years for fixing.

Sportradar Integrity Solutions was added to the board's anti-corruption wing on Thursday. This special body will keep a close watch on this year's IPL. This organization will keep a close eye on the black shadow of corruption so that it does not enter the IPL in any way. The agency will convey to the BCCI in advance when bookies can target a match.


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