FIFA has started disciplinary proceedings against six match officials relating to a possible match-fixing charge following an investigation into two international friendly games.
The games under suspicion are the two friendlies between Bulgaria and Estonia and Latvia against Bolivia, which took place last month.
Authorities were alerted due to unusual betting patterns on the two games, which were both being played at the Turkish resort of Antalya.
Bulgaria and Estonia played out a 2-2 draw hours after Latvia had beaten Bolivia 2-1, with all seven goals coming from the penalty spot.
A Fifa statement read: “Fifa has opened disciplinary proceedings against six match officials in relation to the international A friendly matches Bolivia v Latvia and Estonia v Bulgaria played in Antalya (Turkey) on 9 February 2011.
“The proceedings were opened following an evaluation of all documentation and information received by Fifa, in relation to a possible match-fixing situation in these matches.
“The Fifa Disciplinary Committee will be in charge to deal with the matter.”