Two ex-cricketers 'to be charged by ECB with match-fixing offences'

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The England and Wales Cricket Board will reportedly charge two former cricketers with match-fixing offences.

The England and Wales Cricket Board will reportedly charge two former cricketers with match-fixing offences.

The International Cricket Council have undertaken a widespread investigation into alleged illegal activity.

New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum and former batsman Lou Vincent have both given evidence to anti-corruption investigators.

According to Sky Sports News, it has now emerged that two former players will be charged by the ECB in relation to alleged match-fixing in county cricket.

McCullum is said to have told investigators that he was approached by a "hero" of his to a fix a match back in 2008.

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