The NRL has come under investigation for match-fixing during the 2015 season.
“The Organised Crime Squad is in the early stages of examining information to alleged match fixing in the NRL,” a police spokeswoman confirmed to the Daily Telegraph.
“No further comment is appropriate at this stage.”
If the investigation shows that match-fixing has happened with the NRL, it won't be the first time as Bulldogs player Ryan Tandy was convicted in 2011 of trying to fix a game in 2010.
There's two games at the centre of police match-fixing probe from 2015: Manly v Souths (R16) and Manly v Parramatta (R24). @7NewsSydney— Josh Massoud (@josh_massoud) June 2, 2016
Tandy was placed on a 12 month good behaviour bond and fined $4000