Match Fixing Anniversary
Spectators display a banner referring to the betting scandal involving Mark Waugh and Shane Warne

How cricket matches are scripted

Spot-fixing has been around for as long as match-fixing. Everything is up for betting, from how many runs will be scored in a session to how many players will wear floppy hats. By Rashid Latif

A security guard at Sharjah stadium stands in front of a sign prohibiting gambling and betting

Cricket and the lure of betting

Each IPL game fetches upwards of £10 million in legal bets. Will legalising betting in India end the fixing menace once and for all? By Ashok Malik

Pakistan's eternal shadow

For one country, the cloud of match-fixing never really went away. The perception of it has woven itself into the very fabric of society at large. By Osman Samiuddin

'You'll never entirely eradicate match-fixing'

Paul Condon, the out-going chief of the ICC's Anti-Corruption Unit, talks about the state of the game today, spot-fixing, and why Twenty20 threatens cricket's integrity

A decade's worth of scandal

A timeline, from the revelations of Cronje's involvement to the recent inquiry into Pakistan's series in Australia. By Siddarth Ravindran

What Hansie did to South Africa

Telford Vice: Just when his country had made it back into the fold after the years of apartheid came Cronje to end the innocence

'Match-fixing has done permanent damage'

Time Out: Sanjay Manjrekar, Ramiz Raja and Scyld Berry discuss cricket's great modern scourge with Harsha Bhogle

Dramatis personae

Ten years after the match-fixing crisis broke out, we look at the names who made the news in the sport's biggest scandal. By Siddhartha Talya

Live from the Warne-Waugh affair

A look back to how the story of the involvement of two Australian players with bookmakers broke in 1998. By Malcolm Conn

Why bring up match-fixing now?

Cricket has managed stay away from as big a scandal, but the shadow of match-fixing refuses to go away, writes Osman Samiuddin