Liverpool – Manchester Utd
PICK: 1 Odd: 1.40 FT: 4:0
Sheffield Wed – Crewe
PICK: 1 Odd: 1.30 FT: 1:0
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match-fixing is dishonest activity to make sure that one team or individual wins a particular sports match. Under the Crimes Act 1961, match-fixing is the manipulation of the overall result of a sports match or racing event (or any event within the match or event) with intent to influence a betting outcome.
The emergence of match-fixing would present a significant threat to the integrity, value and growth of New Zealand sport and our international reputation. Match-fixing cuts at the heart of sport, which is based on mutually agreed rules and fair play. matches bet betting fixed matches daily
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Sports betting agencies offer the opportunity for high sums to be gambled on sporting events with the prospect of very high returns. It is important to understand that betting itself is a legitimate pursuit, but illegal or fraudulent betting is not.
The main reason people get involved in match-fixing and manipulating games is for personal or financial gain. It generally involves contacts between gamblers, players, team officials, and/or referees, and has serious implications for sport at all levels.
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Match-fixing and competition manipulation conduct includes the following:
- deliberately determining or taking actions to remove or significantly reduce the element of chance involved in the result of a match, an occurrence within a match, a points spread, or any other element of a match matches bet
- deliberate underperformance by athletes
- withdrawal from a match for non-genuine reasons
- attempting to influence or influencing a sports official regarding the outcome of a match
- a sports official deliberately misapplying the rules of a match
- interference with play, equipment or playing conditions
- abuse of insider information to support a bet or the making of a bet regarding a match.