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Police searched the homes of over 30 players, trainers and administrators' homes in a massive crack down over match-fixing in Italian football.

Lazio captain Stefano Mauri has been arrested on suspicion of match-fixing, according to reports, with the Italian outfit caught in yet another betting scandal as police investigate a string of claims across the Serie A, Serie B and lower league levels.

The BBC claims that Mauri is being held with former Genoa midfielder Omar Milanetto after police searched the homes of over 30 players, trainers and administrators' homes in a massive crack down over match-fixing in Italian football.

The country has been plagued by scandals in the past, with Cristiano Doni banned last August for three and a half years after having a hand in match-fixing Serie B games last season.

And Lazio is no stranger to problems with match-fixing either, with former striker Giuseppe Signori banned for five years for taking part in the scandal alongside Doni and 15 other players.

Juventus, who won the Serie A title last season, have also been targeted in the police operation to stamp out corruption in football, with manager Antonio Conte's house being searched as part of the investigation.

Police also attended Italy's Euro 2012 training camp in Coverciano to question Domenico Criscito, who now plays for Zenit St Petersberg.

The investigators are particularly believed to be looking at players who are connected to Tan Seet Eng, after the Singaporean was arrested at the end of 2011 in relation to claims of match-fixing.