Chennai: Board of Control for Cricket in Indian (BCCI) Special Commissioner K Madhavan said he would examine former Indian cricket team coaches Ajit Wadekar and Kapil Dev and off-spinner Nikhil Chopra in the match-fixing and betting allegations. Madhavan, who is here to hold discussions with International Cricket Council investigation team led by Sir Paul Condon on Monday, told media persons that "I will submit my observations on Chopra to BCCI within three days." He said though Wadekar, Kapil Dev and Chopra had been cleared by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI), BCCI (after the November 29 Special General Body Meeting in Calcutta) had advised him to examine them for any further information on match-fixing allegations. On punishments meted out to Mohammed Azharuddin and Ajay Sharma (life ban) and Ajay Jadeja and Manoj Prabhakar (five year ban), he said, "I was assigned to examine them and found them guilty. I have nothing to say on punishments." On the players seeking legal redress, Madhavan said "it is left to them". Condon and five other officers of the ICC and Madhavan are to hold discussions with BCCI president Dr A C Muthiah at an undisclosed venue. Condon, a former London police chief, is likely to meet the press on Monday afternoon before he leaves for Delhi.