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Ajay Jadeja and Nayan Mongia

India Test players Jadeja and Mongia were accused by the Central Bureau of Investigation of helping to fix matches.

The report claimed batsman Jadeja and wicketkeeper Mongia were enlisted by Mohammad Azharuddin to fix the outcome of games.

Jedeja was suspended by the Board of Cricket Control in India for five years in December. The BCCI totally exonerated Mongia. Bookmaker MK Gupta claimed Jadeja jad "offered his services" for fixing matches and received money from him.

The CBI report also claimed he provided "assessment of matches" and passed on information to another Indian bookmaker.

He denied the allegations.

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