ECB introduce anti-corruption hotline to combat matchfixing
Last Updated: 08/05/19 1:13pm
The England and Wales Cricket Board has introduced a confidential corruption hotline to help combat match fixing.
The Cricket Integrity Line, introduced at the start of the season in association with Crimestoppers, allows players and officials to report suspicious activity anonymously.
The ECB's anti-corruption unit believes the new Hundred competition could be at specific risk.
The 100-ball tournament, which begins next summer, is reported to be on a list of formats and competitions in the sport viewed as vulnerable as could the women's game.