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'Discrete events' skew sport betting

The verdict is expected tomorrow on the three Pakistani cricketers accused of spot fixing on their tour of England last year.

The betting markets have seen massive change over the last decade - so how can the sporting authorities and the betting regulators keep their sports clean and reputations intact?

Sports journalist Mihir Bose and Global Sports Integrity's Oliver Codrington, a former head of compliance at the British Horseracing Authority, discuss the issue.

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