ASSIGNMENT:

Can cricket recover from match-fixing?

Last updated 10:00 21/05/2014
Lou Vincent
Fairfax NZ
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The revelations of match-fixing in cricket keep on coming, and we want to know how they've changed your view of the game.

New Zealand cricket experienced a renaissance last season with the Blacks Caps winning their first test series against India since 2002-03, and Brendon McCullum's record-breaking 302.

Hopes will be high for another cracking season, as the team gears up to face the West Indies in the coming month and Pakistan soon after.

But will you be watching? Has your passion for the game been changed by match-fixing investigations?

How can New Zealand cricket recover from these allegations?

Share your views on the sports' battered image by clicking the green button below.

Please note that for this assignment we cannot publish submissions discussing specific players' involvement in alleged match-fixing. 


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