Haye just 2-11 to finish off ‘Fraudley’
DAVID HAYE will make short work of Audley Harrison when the pair clash at the MEN Arena, Manchester, on Saturday, according to the betting on Betfair. WBA champion Haye is the big odds-on favourite at 2-11 to successfully defend his heavyweight world title.
Article posted on 12.11.2010
Ten years on from his gold medal success at the Sydney Olympics, Harrison finally has the title shot he has craved. But odds of 5-1 suggest the 39-year-old Londoner’s championship bid will come up short.
‘The Hayemaker’, undefeated as a heavyweight, is odds-on at 1-3 to triumph by means of a knock-out, while the 30-year-old is available at 7-1 to win the bout by referee’s decision. Challenger Harrison can be backed at 13-2 to KO the champ, while he is a 28-1 chance for victory by decision.
Betfair’s Alex Bake said: “The betting has been tremendously one sided in favour of Haye, which shows the fans are backing the champ over the chump.”
To win Haye vs. Harrison Betfair bet: 2-11 Haye, 5-1 Harrison, 74-1 Draw
Method of victory Haye vs. Harrison Betfair bet: 1-3 Haye KO, 7-1 Haye decision, 13-2 Harrison KO, 28-1 Harrison decision, 74-1 Draw or Technical Draw
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