The clock is ticking away until the long awaited bout between Dillian Whyte and Joseph Parker, and surprisingly this morning I checked the London O2 Arena website, where that boxing match is being held, and there are still a small number of tickets available, so if you are quick and you fancy watching it in person then you can do just that!
However, I expect most people to tune in Sky Sports Box Office from home on Saturday and simply enjoy the match from the comfort of their own armchair or on the sofa, and as is always the case this type of sporting event is going to be attracting a lot of attention from punters.
What does make a pleasant change about this boxing match however is that there is no so called red-hot favourite to win it, and as such you are going to find the odds on offer are fair and reasonable, as there is a chance either boxer could come out on top and win it!
As for the current early betting markets such as the one available at Betfred, you will find they are offering win odds of 6/5 on Dillian Whyte, the draw is on offer at the usual high odds of 25/1 and you can back Joseph Parker currently at odds of 8/11.
Method of Victory Betting Opportunities
One much more popular type of bet you will have on offer to you on this boxing match is going to be the Method of Victory bet, and you may be hoping your chosen boxer will win by a certain method.
If you think Whyte will win via a KO, TKO or by a Disqualification you can get odds of 4/1 on him doing so, you can also get 9/4 on the match to be awarded to him by points to. The odds on Parker winning via a KO, TKO or Disqualification are also 4/1 and you can get odds of 6/4 on him being awarded the match on points too.
Round Betting Odds
You can also bet on which boxer you think will win the match in one particular round, and the odds you will be offered will of course be dependent on which boxer you think will win and the round you think they will win in.
If you think Whyte will win in round one you will be offered odds of 66/1, or if you think he will win in rounds two or three, the odds are 50/1 and 40/1 respectively, for Whyte to win in rounds 3 to 10 the odds are 33/1 and you can also get odds of 40/1 on him winning in rounds 11 or 12 too.
As for the individual round win odds on Parker they are the same as for Whyte , and with that in mind and as those individual round betting odds are so high on both boxers, it may make good sense for you to place a handful of bets so as to spread the risk around!