February 26, 2016
February 26, 2016
carl frampton

Lawrence Lustig/Matchroom

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CARL FRAMPTON remains the favourite to beat Scott Quigg tomorrow night in their world super-bantamweight unification fight at the Manchester Arena.

William Hill have Frampton as the 8/13 favourite to win outright, with Quigg available at odds of 11/8. The draw can be backed at a tempting 20/1.

The bookies also view a Frampton stoppage victory as slightly more likely than a Quigg win inside the distance, with odds of 5/2 and 13/5 respectively.

There’s a larger gap in the odds for a points win for either man, with a Frampton decision available at 7/4 compared to odds of 9/2 for the Bury man.

Interestingly – and perhaps because of the two flash knockdowns he suffered in his last fight – Frampton is 13/8 to be knocked down compared to a slightly longer 7/4 for Quigg to hit the deck at some point in the fight.

List of odds:

Carl Frampton to win – 8/13

Scott Quigg to win – 11/8

Draw – 20/1

Frampton by KO/TKO or DQ – 5/2

Quigg by KO/TKO or DQ – 13/5

Frampton by decision or technical decision – 7/4

Quigg by decision or technical decision – 9/2

Frampton to be knocked down and win – 6-1

Quigg to be knocked down and win – 11-1

Frampton to be knocked down – 13/8

Quigg to be knocked down – 7/4

Fight to go the distance – 4/5

Fight not to go the distance – 10/11

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