Twenty nine cricketers, including two Australians are suspected to be involved in spot-fixing at last year's Indian Premier League [ Images ] in South Africa [ Images ], a leading London [ Images ] newspaper claimed on Sunday.
According to a secret dossier compiled by the ICC's [ Images ] anti-corruption and security unit, the list includes some high-profile names but nobody from England [ Images ] or Pakistan, whose players did not take part due to security issues, The Sunday Times claimed.
"Some betting patterns were very suspicious at IPL 2," the report said quoting a source.
Despite long-standing concerns about the integrity of the IPL -- whose commissioner Lalit Modi [ Images ] is suspended amid corruption allegations -- England players are expected to be available for the entirety of next year's IPL for first time.
Three Pakistan players -- Salman Butt [ Images ], Mohammad Asif [ Images ] and Mohammad Amir -- were suspended by the ICC for their alleged involvement in sport-fixing in the Lord Test and the trio returned home on Saturday.