Who organizes fixed matches and are they really fixed?
Most match fixing deals are actually carried out by independent bookmakers who use their own personal connections and resources to get close to players, officials and in some cases, their families, and chalk out plans to fix matches. Some of them do so, not to make money off of betting itself but by selling this much wanted information to people who are willing to pay money for it. With the advent of modern means of communication, these bookmakers have resorted to using the internet to carry out their dealing and transactions since it helps preserve anonymity and keeps both the seller and buy of the information out of harm’s way since there is no need to meet physically and the paper trail is almost negligible or pretty much non-existent. A simple Google search will reveal hundreds of sites which claim to provide you with information on fixed matches but common sense says that they must be fake.