Champions League T20 will start in shadow of ‘spot-fixing’

Johannesburg is ready to start one of the world’s most exciting games, Champions League T-20 on Friday 10 September to 26 September. The champions’ league is starting in the shadow of “spot-fixing” thus; the ICC is more alertly watch this game.

The ICC’s Anti Corruption and Security Unit (ACSU) are eying this game to control match fixing again to maintain the prestige of the game.

This millions dollar league is an international T-20 cricket which is Headed by Mr. Shashank Manohar Joshi, the president of BCCI, and the Chairman and Commissioner of IPL.

The teams are made from various countries’ players and they will play this game as ten teams named, Mumbai Indians, Chennai Super Kings, Royal Challengers Bangalore, Central Districts, Guyana, Lions, Wayamba, South Australia, Warriors, and Victoria.

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