Late South African captain Hansie Cronje has had charges filed against him by the Delhi Police over the 2000 mtch-fixing controversy.

The charges filed in a New Delhi court involving six accused including book makers and Cronje, who died in a plane crash in 2002, come 13 years after the scandal sent shockwaves through the cricketing world.

"There are six accused in this case, three of them are on bail while two are abroad," Inspector Keshav Kumar told the court.

"The sixth is Hansie Cronje who is dead," said Kumar from the Crime Branch of New Delhi Police and the investigating officer in the case.

Police presented the charge sheet to the metropolitan magistrate with the alleged offences dating back to South Africa's 2000 tour of India.

Police named book makers and gamblers Rajesh Kalra, Krishan Kumar and Sunil Dara — who are all on bail — and Sanjeev Chawla and Manmohan Khattar who are overseas.

(With inputs from AFP)