More than 20 football teams are to be informed that they are facing investigation as an Italian inquiry into match-fixing reaches a new phase.
The Italian football federation said 61 people, including 52 active players, would also be told they will have to answer questions over the allegations.
More than 30 arrests have been made in investigations into match-fixing over the past year in Italy.
Prosecutors are studying suspicious results in 33 matches.
The probe could lead to another damaging trial, similar to the one in 2006 that saw Juventus relegated to Serie B and other major clubs suffer points reductions.
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