New Delhi: Former New Zealand cricketer Chris Cairns, who is suing former IPL Commissioner Lalit Modi over a twitter libel case in the UK, on Monday alleged that two Indian cricketers were involved in match fixing during the now defunct Indian Cricket League (ICL). (Also read: Accusation reduced my career to dust: Chris Cairns)
According to Cairns, TP Singh, who played for the Chandigarh Lions in the rebel league, was a fixer.
The former Kiwi all-rounder also took former India batsman Dinesh Mongia's name during the hearing in the London High Court, claiming he fixed matches too.
Modi had alleged on his Twitter account in 2010 that he barred Cains from taking part in IPL due to "his past record in match-fixing".