The Indian Premier League has refused to enlist the International Cricket Council's anti-corruption unit despite fears the glitzy Twenty20 event could fall prey to match fixers. IPL officials declined the ICC's offer to provide personnel from its Anti-Corruption and Security Unit (ASCU) for the tournament currently underway in South Africa, an ICC spokesman said yesterday. The ASCU, headed by former London Metropolitan Police chief Sir Paul Condon, was formed in the wake of the match-fixing scandal in 2000 when the late South African captain Hansie Cronje admitted to links with Indian bookmakers.
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