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Modi calls Giles Clarke 'fixer', 'hand in glove' with Srinivasan
Friday 30 May 2014

IPL founder Lalit Modi singled out ECB Chairman Giles Clarke and suspended Board of Control for Cricket in India cheif N Srinivasan on their roles in the ongoing match-fixing scandal that has rocked world cricket. The IPL has been under a cloud of corruption since 2013 when Srninivasan's son-in-law and Chennai Super Kings Team Principal was arrested on charges of betting on IPL matches. Modi has now alegged through several tweets that the ECB Chairman is also involved in fxing along with Srinivasan and even mentioned that Clarke strong-armed the International Cricket Council (ICC) into withdrawing an investigation into alleged fixing in a match involing the England women's team. 

Modi said that his 'little birds' told him that an England Women's cricket match was under the ACSU's suspicion, but the investigation was stopped at the behest of Clarke. He also said that while Srinivasan had already 'sunk', it won't be too long before the truth came out about Clarke. He sent out a challenge to ICC CEO Dave Richardson and Clarke to respond to his threats.

Below are Lalit Modi's tweets on Giles Clarke. 

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