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SBC News - August 14, 2019

Football integrity trio reports suspicious betting decrease

By: Matthew Ramirez

Jake Marsh, Head of Integrity at Stats Perform, said: “This report is intended to provide football and integrity stakeholders with meaningful insight into matches with suspicious betting markets on a global scale. We believe that by shining a light on suspicious activity in a non-accusatory public forum we can elevate understanding of the latest trends and areas of concern to integrity stakeholders.”

As well as collecting the data, the report has also compared its findings with the previous 2018 report, highlighting that the number of football matches identified as having suspicious betting patterns had decreased by 20 (397 to 377) despite expanding the number of matches reviewed by an estimated 14%.

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