Company cracks down on match-fixing

More than £80bn is laundered through match-fixing and illegal betting every year worldwide, according to a new report.

London company, Sportradar, is at the forefront of trying to crackdown on the crime and works to expose teams and players who attempt to corrupt games.

BBC London's Chris Slegg spoke to Tom Mace and Andreas Krannich from Sportradar and footballer Ian Bennett.