European police authorities today said that a Champions League game played in England is among 380 matches subject to suspected match-fixing.
Europol are revealing details of their investigation into European match-fixing at a press conference in The Netherlands.
Investigators have not revealed the identity of the English Champions League game that they believe to be corrupt.
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