The International Cricket Council (ICC) has issued its response to the spot-fixing allegations made against three Rajasthan Royals cricketer.
In a statement, Chief Executive David Richardson says that the ICC will offer its full support to both the Indian board (BCCI) and the Delhi police as they investigate Shanthakumaran Sreesanth, Ankeet Chavan and Ajit Chandila.
Three Rajasthan Royals players are being investigated by Delhi police for suspected spot-fixing during the Indian Premier League 2013.
Former international bowler Shanthakumaran Sreesanth as well as Ankeet Chavan and Ajit Chandila have also been suspended by the IPL while the investigation is ongoing.
Mumbai Indians recorded their eighth successive win at home as they fought off a spirited Rajasthan Royals fightback to claim a 14-run win at the Wankhede Stadium.
Chasing 167 to win, Rajasthan slipped to 28 for four and 88 for six but it took the return of Lasith Malinga to finally see off Rajasthan, who closed on 152 for seven.
Kolkata Knight Riders' Indian Premier League title defence is officially over after they were beaten by Pune Warriors by the margin of seven runs in Ranchi.
A half-century from Manish Pandey helped Pune post 170 for four and after Yusuf Pathan became the first man in the IPL to be given out obstructing the field, Kolkata closed on 163 for seven in reply.
Rajasthan Royals finished their Indian Premier League 2013 home games unbeaten at Jaipur, getting the better of Chennai Super Kings by five wickets.
This win takes them to 20 points from 14 matches, just behind Chennai on net run-rate but virtually assuring them of a play-off spot.
John Pennington and Chetan Narula discuss the latest stages of the Indian Premier League 2013 - IPL 2013 - IPL 6 with the tournament rapidly coming towards its conclusion and teams battling it out for a play-off place.
As away wins become more and more crucial in the Indian Premier League 2013, Rajasthan Royals picked up two points on the road in Mohali by beating Kings XI Punjab by eight wickets.
An unbroken 75-run partnership between Ajinkya Rahane, unbeaten on 62, and Sanju Sansom, who made 43, saw the Royals home after Kings XI had posted 145 for six batting first.
Half-centuries from Rahul Dravid and Ajinkya Rahane steered Rajasthan Royals to a nine-wicket win over Delhi Daredevils that steered them into second place in the Indian Premier League 2013 table.
Dravid made 53 and Rahane 63 not out as Rajasthan raced to 155 for one in 17.5 overs after Delhi had reached 154 for four in their 20 overs.
Four weeks into the 2013 Indian Premier League and the knock-outs' picture is beginning to take shape. If you compare it with 2012, it isn't a close run thing.
At this stage last season, there were seven teams vying for four spots. A year later, things have evolved a little bit more, with only five teams in the fray now and a sixth with an outside chance.
Rajasthan Royals continued their unbeaten streak at home, spanking Pune Warriors by five wickets in a high-scoring match at Jaipur. It kept the Royals in contention for a knock-out spot, with 14 points from eleven games. The Warriors, already knocked out, continue to languish in last spot with only four points from twelve games.
Reigning Indian Premier League champions Kolkata Knight Riders scored an important eight-wicket victory over Rajasthan Royals that keeps their title defence alive at Eden Gardens.
They produced what was arguably their best performance of the tournament to date, holding Rajasthan to 132 for six and then powering to 133 for two inside 18 overs.
Rajasthan Royals continued their unbeaten run at home with a fine four-wicket win over Royal Challengers Bangalore, at Jaipur. The Royals now have twelve points from nine games and are placed third in the 2013 IPL points table. The other Royals, the Challengers from Bangalore, meanwhile have lost their second game on the bounce and are now feeling vulnerable in second spot, also with twelve points but from ten games played.
In a contest between the two suprise packages in the top four of the Indian Premier League 2013 points table, Rajasthan Royals beat Sunrisers Hyderabad by eight wickets at Jaipur.
This result means that both of them are now on 10 points each, although Rajasthan have one game in hand and are up to third spot just ahead of Hyderabad.
Ideally this headline should read as 'Royal Challengers Bangalore Lay Down The Marker', having taken an early lead in the Indian Premier League 2013. Despite Sunrisers Hyderabad and Rajasthan Royals pushing towards the top, Virat Kohli's side has stayed at the top consistently. Chetan Narula rounds up the latest IPL 2013 action as we approach the halfway stage.
Shane Watson struck the first century of the Indian Premier League 2013 but even that wasn't enough to stop Chennai Super Kings beating Rajasthan Royals by five wickets.
In a repeat of the 2008 final, Chennai reversed the result by closing on 186 for five with a ball to spare in reply to Rajasthan's Watson-propelled 185 for four.
Royal Challengers Bangalore continued their winning run at home, with a dominant seven wicket win over Rajasthan Royals at Bangalore. The Challengers move to the top spot in the points table, with ten points from five wins in seven matches. Rajasthan meanwhile are in fourth spot, with eight points, after four wins in six matches.
After a clutch of close finishes over the last few days in the Indian Premier League 2013, Rajasthan Royals handed Mumbai Indians an 87-run thrashing in game 23 in Jaipur.
After Ajinkya Rahane's half-century helped them pile up 179 for three, Rajasthan dismissed Mumbai's star-studded batting line-up for just 92.
In their latest series of Indian Premier League 2013 podcasts, John Pennington and Chetan Narula discuss a number of topics, ranging from Delhi Daredevils' struggles to the form of Mumbai Indians and Chennai Super Kings.
Two weekends in the 2013 Indian Premier League have come and gone, almost as a wind. The cricket on show has been enticing, at times a little slow and at other times the supposed entertainment took over.
The one assured aspect that came out on top though, and will continue to do so, is the ebb and flow of different teams as fortunes will change daily. Chetan Narula runs the rule over the start of the 2013 tournament.
Rajasthan Royals put up a clinical show on their way to a six-wicket win over Kings XI Punjab at Jaipur.
It was a close-run thing in the end, but Rajasthan never truly lost control and cemented their place at third place in the Indian Premier League points table, with six from four games.
The return of Yuvraj Singh and Aaron Finch's debut helped Pune Warriors taste victory for the first time in the Indian Premier League 2013 with a seven-wicket win over Rajasthan Royals.
Finch, in the side as a replacement for the inured Marlon Samuels, blasted 64 at the top of the order, and Yuvraj Singh hit the winning runs as Pune closed on 148 for three in reply to Rajasthan's 145 for five.
Cricket World TV looks back at the opening week of the Indian Premier League 2013 - IPL 2013 - IPL 6 in India, which at the time of recording saw four times level on two points at the top of the table.
The topsy-turvy start to the indian Premier League 2013 continued as unfancied Rajasthan Royals beat Kolkata Knight Riders by 19 runs in Jaipur.
Brad Hodge scored an unbeaten 46 as the Royals made 144 for six but they then produced a fine bowling effort to dismiss the reigning champions for 125 in reply.
After seven matches of the 2013 Indian Premier League, John Pennington and Chetan Narula discuss the start of the tournament, which has seen outsiders Sunrisers Hyderabad hit the top of the table.