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Match-fixing 'lucrative business'

On the very day that the World Snooker Championship is decided, at the Crucible in Sheffield, the reigning champion, John Higgins, finds himself suspended from the sport. Former chief executive of Liverpool Rick Parry explains how there is a potentially lucrative business in match-fixing in sport.

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