Match-fixing update: FIFA deny Cameroon World Cup 2014 game fixed and ECB ban Lou Vincent for life
Fifa says there has been no evidence of match-fixing at any World Cup match and has called on a German magazine making allegations to provide proof. Convicted match-fixer Wilson Raj Perumal has denied he correctly predicted Cameroon's result against Croatia before the game.
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