New Zealand Cricket has confirmed that some former New Zealand cricketers are being investigated by the International Cricket Council.
The New Zealand Herald newspaper is reporting that the ICC's Anti-Corruption and Security Unit has had investigators in New Zealand in the past few months looking into match-fixing allegations.
New Zealand Cricket says in a statement that a small number of former players are being investigated but says it will not comment further.
The ICC's Anti-Corruption and Security Unit was set up 13 years ago after a major match-fixing scandal involving a number of players including the South African captain Hansie Cronje.
It is headed by a former senior British policeman and its aim is to investigate and prevent corruption.
New Zealand Cricket says in a statement that it's aware of the ICC unit investigating a "small number of former New Zealand cricketers", but as this is an ICC investigation, NZC is unfortunately not able to comment further.