Match-fixing update: Hong Kong reveals World Cup illegal betting seizures, and Council of Europe tackles sports manipulation
Three people are under investigation in connection with alleged match fixing, according to police spokesperson Andreas Angelides, who told the Cyprus Mail that officers raided their homes yesterday to collect evidence linking them to the case.
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