Haye v Bellew: Claim a boosted 25/1 on David Haye or 6/1 on Tony Bellew
It’s Fight Night on Saturday with a great schedule of boxing highlighted by this showdown between David Haye and Tony Bellew. As always, there have been lively press conferences with both men predicting an easy few rounds but the bookmakers certainly aren’t expecting a close encounter.
Ahead of Saturday’s bout, Haye is the runaway favourite with a best of 1/5 being quoted by Paddy Power. It’s not a number that will get too many people excited but if you are looking for some extra value in the outright win, Coral’s new customer offer might be well suited.
Coral’s book price in the lead up to this event is 1/6 on David Haye to win outright so a lift to 25/1 is certainly worth a second look. If you have already got an account here then you can’t proceed but as a new customer, you are free to sign up via the dedicated landing page.
Sign up with a few basic details and when you are taken to the cashier, deposit at least £5.00 but do not use Neteller, PaySafe or Skrill to do so as this will invalidate the promotion. A debit or credit card is safe and preferable and when you have those funds at your disposal, back Haye to win with the fixed stake of £1.00.
If that bet lands, all returns at the book price of 1/6 come back into your account while the balance, up to that 25/1 figure comes as free bet tokens. Even if you lose the bet you will still receive a consolation of a £5.00 free bet token but remember that with Coral, you only have 4 days in which to use these tokens before they expire.
Better with Bellew?
There is some interest in Bellew at an average price of 4/1 across the markets, That’s the figure that SkyBet were quoting at the start of the week but they have just announced an increase on those odds to 6/1.
That sum is available for all customers with no restriction on stake, other than under Sky’s usual rules. Any profits from that punt will also come back as cash into your account so there are no free bet tokens to apply.
On paper, these two men are quite evenly matched with Haye, aged 36, having 28 of his 30 professional fights and 26 of those coming via a knockout. Bellew is 34 and has 18 knockouts in his overall total of 28 wins from 31 bouts.
But, the theory is that Haye has faced tougher opponents and that his is the record that should be taken more seriously. Whichever corner you are in, you have two very different price boosts that could generate some excellent additional profit at the end of this highly anticipated fight.