The Mudgal Committee led by retired judge Mukul Mudgal which is formed by the Supreme Court to probe the IPL-6 Spot fixing and betting scandal , has submitted its final report to the Apex Court. It is learnt that the report is given in the court in an envolope and the court has declared that the next hearing in this case will take place on November 10.

The Mudgal Report is likely to focus on the roles of suspended BCCI president N Srinivasan, his son-in-law Gurunath Meiyappan and 12 cricket players  in the scandal. Among the 12 players, it is expected that there might be involvement of atleast 5 active cricketers and cricketers-turned-commentators.

Three Rajasthan Royals Cricketers including S Sreesanth, Ajit Chandela and Ankeet Chavan have been banned from playing as a result of their involvement in IPL Spot-Fixing. The incident mid-way through the sixth edition of the IPL shocked the cricket fraternity.

Mudgal Committee was formed earlier this year and former India captain Sourav Ganguly has been added to the Mudgal committee in July to help out Justice Mudgal and co. November 10 is just a week away and it has been treated as the most important day in the history of Indian Cricket.