IPL probe committee is likely to leave for England within a few days to talk to a few members of the Team India regarding betting and spot-fixing scandal during IPL 6.
New Delhi: The Supreme Court-appointed IPL probe committee members, headed by Retd Justice Mukul Mudgal, is likely to leave for England within a few days to talk to a few members of the Indian cricket team regarding betting and spot-fixing scandal during IPL 6.
Deputy DG of Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) and chief investigating officer of the panel B B Misra along with Justice Mudgal are due to fly to London for investigation purposes, sources said.
"They are likely to be there for four days and effectively have a couple of sittings with some of the Indian cricketers during their stay over there," the sources told PTI on conditions of anonymity.
The first ODI will be played in Bristol on August 25.
The Mudgal committee is expected to submit an interim report to the Supreme Court on August 27 where they might just appeal for an extension for submission of final report.