IPL Spot-Fixing code: Watch, Locket & Handkerchief

IPL Spot-Fixing code: Watch, Locket & Handkerchief

The spot-fixing racket involving IPL Franchise Rajasthan Royals cricketers Sreesanth, Ajit Chandia and Ankeet Chavan have stunned the cricket lovers all over the World.

Here are the details of Rajasthan Royals cricketers spot-fixing:

All the three cricketers were asked to bowl tight first over not conceding more than 5 runs. In the second over, the players were asked to concede more than 14 runs.

Spot-Fixing signal: Rotate Watch, pulling out a locket or untuck the shirt, displaying a handkerchief.

For the match against Kings X1 Punjab on May 9th, Sreesanth was to give away 14 runs in the second over for the deal of Rs 60 lakh. He conceded jus 4 runs in the first over and then took out a handkerchief to signal the bookies in the second over. He even delayed the over for giving ample time to the bowlers to place the bets. He ended up giving away 14 runs by the end of the over.

For the match against Pune Warriors on May 5th, Ajit Chandila has to give away 14 runs in the second over for Rs 60 lakhs. However, he forgot to give the signal to the bookies to placed the bets and conceded 14 runs. The cricketer had a heated argument with the bookies over money aspects and he was forced to return Rs 20 lakhs.

For the match against Mumbai Indians on May 15, Ankeet Chavan conceded just 2 runs in the first over and given away 15 runs in the second over after sending the signal to the bookies.

Delhi Police Commissioner revealed the involvement of underworld in the spot-fixing scandal. Few more arrests are likely to happen in the near future.

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