The International Cricket Council and the Bangladesh Cricket Board have charged nine people with offences related to match-fixing during this year’s Bangladesh Premier League Twenty20 tournament.

Following a comprehensive investigation carried out by the ICC’s Anti-Corruption and Security Unit (ACSU), nine individuals have been charged with various offences that are alleged to have been committed under the BCB’s Anti-Corruption Code during the 2013 Bangladesh Premier League.

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