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Fury, Saunders and Gavin thrilling 3/1 to win in balmy boxing offer

To celebrate the heavyweight rematch between Dereck Chisora and Tyson Fury, Coral have a tasty treble featuring the latter, Billy Joe Saunders and Frankie Gavin all to win their bouts at a 3/1 price.

Please note there is a maximum stake of £10 on this outstanding offer. Here’s why these three boxers will win their respective battles.

Tyson Fury v Dereck Chisora
Without a doubt the headline fight, the latter is gunning for revenge from when he lost to the Manchester boxer three years ago. Despite this, Fury is odds-on with Coral at 4/11 for the bout while Chisora is an outsider at 9/4 for the win.

Fury has won all 22 career fights so far, 16 of them coming by knockout for the 26-year-old, while opponent Chisora has lost four of his 24 fights. Form and odds certainly suggests Fury will win this one.

Frankie Gavin v Bradley Skeete
First-ever English World Amateur Boxing Champion, in 2007, Gavin is overwhelming individual odds-on at 2/7 to beat Skeete, and the 29-year-old has a near-perfect record, having won 19 of his 20 fights. His first loss came in August of this year, though only courtesy of a split decision which could have gone either way.

He is more than motivated to bounce back against his upcoming opponent, claiming recently Skeete isn’t really up for the fight.

“Deep down Skeete doesn’t want to fight me, his whole team don’t, they could’ve fought me a year ago but wanted no part of me. What does that tell you?” said Gavin.

“I’ve no problem facing someone like Skeete because I know I can beat him everyday of the week if I had to. Even so, I’ll leave no stone un-turned to prepare for this fight, I’ll be 100 per cent ready for him,” he continued about Skeete, who has won all 18 of his fights so far.

“He’s not boxed at my level, he’s not boxed anyone of note in his career, I’ll expose him. He’s unbeaten now, but he’ll have an ‘L’ on his record after we’ve fought.”

Billy Joe Saunders v Chris Eubank Jr
The former is odds-on at 4/6 to record his 21st victory over his opponent, and remain undefeated. Saunders has even said that he will retire if he loses this match.

“If I don’t beat him, I’ll retire,” Saunders said.

“I can’t wait to get in the ring. I’m feeling great, the best I’ve ever been in my career, my weight is perfect, I’m just where I want to be. Everything has been done in training camp and I’ve left no stone unturned, I couldn’t have done anymore and now it’s all on the line on Saturday night – there’s going to be fireworks,” he continued.

“The boxing world seems to be split down the middle deciding who is going to win between us, I can’t see the reason why because for me it’s a clear cut victory for me, but everyone will see the reason why this Saturday.”