Tyson Fury vs Dillian Whyte odds and latest prices for big-fight betting markets



There has been plenty of chatter around Tyson Fury and Dillian Whyte’s record breaking all-British bout set to take place spectators at Wembley this Saturday.

The two British heavyweights are set to clash in front of 94,000 spectators at Wembley which is a European fight record. As with any high profile heavyweight bout, there is plenty of speculation around who will emerge victorious.

Fury is a red-hot 2/9 favorite to win the fight with Betfred, who make a Fury knockout a 4/6 chance. Whyte, who finally got involved in the pre-fight build up at Tuesday’s London press conference, is 7/2 to cause the upset.

Here’s a selection of odds ahead of the Saturday night’s fight…

Outright fight odds

Tyson Fury – 9/2

Dillian Whyte – 7/2

Draw – 33/1

method of victory

Tyson Fury to win by KO/TKO/DQ/Technical Decision – 4/6

Tyson Fury to win on points – 5/2

Dillian Whyte to win by KO/TKO/DQ/Technical Decision – 21/5

Dillian Whyte to win on points – 25/1

Draw 33/1

Round-by-round odds

A1: Fury 50/1 | Whyte 150/1

A2: Fury 1/33 | Whyte 125/1

A3: Fury 1/22 | Whyte 100/1

A4: Fury 1/18 | Whyte 66/1

A5: Fury 1/14 | Whyte 66/1

A6: Fury 12/1 | Whyte 50/1

A7: Fury 11/1 | Whyte 50/1

A8: Fury 11/1 | Whyte 40/1

A9: Fury 11/1 | Whyte 50/1

A10: Fury 12/1 | Whyte 50/1

A11: Fury 1/14 | Whyte 66/1

A12: Fury 1/18 | Whyte 66/1

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Wednesday’s press conference marked the first time the pair had come face to face in the build-up to the Saturday showdown, with both fighters displaying an immense amount of respect for one another.

Here’s what they said…

Tyson Fury on Dillian Whyte: “We’re going to treat you all to a hell of a barnstormer.

“He’s a good fighter. A good, strong, solid man. He has good punch with good power – he’s knocked out a lot of men.

“He’s definitely a man who needs a lot of respect and that’s what I’ve given him by my training camp. I’ve trained as hard for Dillian as I have for [Deontay] Wilder, [Wladimir] Klitschko or anybody.

“I see the odds and laugh a bit because they’re coming from people who don’t know anything about boxing. This is heavyweight boxing. Anyone can win with one punch. If I’m not on my A Game, this guy will knock my head right off my shoulders.”

Dillian Whyte on Tyson Fury: “It means everything to have this fight in my home country, for the world title at Wembley, which is not too far from where I am from. It means everything and is massive, it is the moment I have been waiting for.

“Like Tyson said, we never expected to be here, especially after taking risks time and time again. I’ve had a couple of slip-ups along the way, but I am here and ready to go.

“You won’t hear no bullsh*t from me, I am ready to rock ‘n’ roll.

“There was no strategy to not being here before and there are two sides to every story and the sides need to come to an agreement.

“You will see what I do on Saturday night, but I have been working on being adaptable because I will constantly need to adapt and make smart decisions. I will go in there and do my thing.”




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