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The governing body of cricket in Australia has charged three professional players for breaching its Anti-Corruption Code.

The charges against the three players relate to "placing, accepting, laying or entering into any bet in relation to the result, progress, conduct or any other aspect of any match or event", which is an offence under article 2.2.1 of Cricket Australia's Anti-Corruption Code.

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