Uefa officials will meet Justice Minister Giorgos Savvides, police chief Kypros Michaelides and Cyprus Football Association (CFA) president George Koumas on Tuesday as part of an ongoing effort to find ways to combat match fixing.
The meeting will take place at 11.30am.
A Uefa delegation arrived on the island after several notices suggesting match fixing had been sent to the CFA.
The delegation consists of the head of mission, an Uefa investigator and a representative of Sport Radar, the company tasked with gathering data for Uefa’s betting fraud detection system.
Tuesday’s meeting follows another one that took place on Monday at the police headquarters.