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Lankan police say WC Cricket fixing probe dropped for lack of evidence

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Sri Lankan police on Friday dropped a match-fixing investigation into the 2011 World Cup (WC) Cricket final saying they found no evidence of Sri Lankan players letting India win. "We questioned three - two players and the chief selector -about team selection and changes. We are satisfied with their explanation," a top police official told AFP. "The inquiry is now closed."

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