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Fury v Chisora: Gypsy King wary of upset

| 30.11.2022

Fury v Chisora betting tips, predictions and odds

Tyson Fury and Derek Chisora will step into the ring together for the third time on Saturday night when the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium hosts a heavyweight British battle.

Fury, who got the better of Chisora in 2011 and 2014, will put his WBC belt on the line in north London and is a huge favourite to keep hold of it.

The fight is live on BT Sport Box Office and we have studied the odds to pick out some Fury v Chisora betting tips.

Three and easy for Fury?

Times have changed since the pair locked horns at Wembley 11 years ago – Fury went into that fight as the underdog before taking a unanimous decision to stretch his record as a pro to 15-0.

He has had 18 fights since and the Gypsy King is yet to taste defeat, with only a controversial draw against Deontay Wilder back in 2018 preventing a perfect record.

So it is no surprise he is 1/25 against a man with 33 wins and 12 losses under his belt. Chisora backers can get 10/1 their man is celebrating at the end of the contest while a draw/technical draw is 33/1 in the Fury v Chisora odds.

Knockout on the cards

The betting odds point to a mismatch but Fury insists fight fans are in for a treat.

He said: “Let’s give the fans what they want and batter the f*** out of each other.

“You’re going to see Del Boy get knocked sparked out. I’m not playing games, this is not fun and games for me, this is strictly business.

“When it’s business, people, close people, will rob each other. So why wouldn’t two strangers beat the f*** out of each other for money?

“While we are in that ring fighting, there is no friendship. After the fight we can get a Diet Coke and a Sprite. Either way you are going to see a good fight.

“People say, ‘Oh well, I’m the overwhelming favourite’. But I’m only a man with a chin, and so is he. I could get knocked out and he could get knocked out.”

Twenty-three of Fury’s 32 wins have been by KO and it is 1/3 he makes it 24 but Chisora is also relishing the battle.

He said: “I’m in great shape. Tyson looks like he’s in great shape. Do I have to knock him out? Yeah, that’s the whole point.”

Chisora’s best hope is to catch Fury cold and the challenger is 7/1 to score a knockdown while both fighters to hit the canvas is 9/1.

In the round betting, Fury is 7/1 to win in 10-12 and that looks good value for Fury v Chisora betting tips.

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Andrew McDermott

Andrew is a sports betting content journalist at PA Media. He is a lifelong Huddersfield Town fan but when he isn't reminiscing about their Premier League days he is also a junior cricket coach and enjoys cycling.