Europe hit by 'biggest-ever' match-fixing scandal
The scandal concerns games in nine countries: Germany, Belgium, Switzerland, Croatia, Slovenia, Turkey, Hungary, Bosnia and Austria.
Three Champions League matches and 12 Europa League games are among the games under investigation, according to The Guardian.
Around 200 people are suspected of involvement, with 15 being arrested in Germany and two in Switzerland. 50 raids have already taken place with the seizure of cash and property of more than €1m. The investigation is ongoing.