Irregular betting patterns leads to arrests in Latvia and Norway - weekly integrity in sport round-up
This week, authorities in Europe took measures against match-fixing following reports of irregular betting patterns: 8 people were detained in Latvia, 7 people were charged with fraud in Norway, and a football club was fined in Bulgaria.
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