The Zimbabwe Football Association says FIFA anti-corruption officials will travel to the country next week to conclude a drawn-out match-fixing investigation that is likely to result in sanctions for a string of international players.

ZIFA vice president Ndumiso Gumede says the anti-corruption unit, led by FIFA's head of security Chris Eaton, will arrive June 30 to meet with Zimbabwean investigators ''in an effort to bring this issue to finality.''

Zimbabwe could lose a number of national team players to lifetime bans after they admitted last year to taking money to lose games on tours to Asia, some as far back as 2007.

Wilson Raj Perumal of Singapore, who is now on trial for match-fixing in Finland, is also suspected of manipulating the Zimbabwe matches.