Anthony Joshua is facing Carlos Takam at the millenium stadium on October the 28th live on sky and the big british boxer is a strong favourite to win the fight. Takam is a late replacement and is not expected to win this as he has an average record already with 3 losses. Takam is also much older than Joshua coming in at 36 meaning he could struggle with Stamina. Joshua is a heavy odds on favourite for this boxing match with most bookmakers pricing him at 1/50 to win. Below we have all the best odds on Anthony Joshua to win. Or you can check out this article from our friends at SBAT with all the Anthony Joshua best odds.
Joshua best odds
The win odds are hardly worth betting on with Joshua being such a strong favourite he is best odds of 1/25
Joshua win: 1/25 with Marathonbet
Draw: 40/1 Betfair
Takam win: 33/2 Marathonbet
Better odds can be found with the method of victory but again these are very short.
Joshua by TKO or KO: 1/14 with Paddy Power
Joshua by decision: 12/1 with Skybet
Draw: 40/1 with Skybet
Takam by TKO or KO: 18/1 with Paddy Power
Takam by decision: 66/1 with Betfair
The best odds can be found with round betting and which round each boxer will win, Joshua is obviously still favourite here but you can at least find some value in the betting and get a decent return if you pick the correct bet.
Joshua round 1: 6/1 with Ladbrokes
Joshua round 2: 5/1 with William Hill
Joshua round 3: 5/1 with Skybet
Joshua round 4: 6/1 with Coral
Joshua round 5: 8/1 with Skybet
Joshua round 6: 10/1 with Paddy Power
Joshua round 7: 14/1 with Betfair
Joshua round 8: 25/1 with Paddy Power
Joshua round 9: 35/1 with Betfair
Joshua round 10: 40/1 with Betway
Joshua round 11: 70/1 with Paddy Power
Joshua round 12: 70/1 with Betfair
As you can see from these odds the bookmakers very much think this fight will be over very quickly within the first 3 or 4 rounds. Thats makes sense as Joshua is such a strong favourite to win the fight. Belwo we have the odds on Carlos Takam to win in rounds.
Takam round 1: 150/1 with Betfair
Takam round 2: 125/1 with Paddy Power
Takam round 3: 125/1 with Betfair
Takam round 4: 150/1 with Betfair
Takam round 5: 150/1 with Paddy Power
Takam round 6: 175/1 with Betfair
Takam round 7: 200/1 with Paddy Power
Takam round 8: 225/1with Betfair
Takam round 9: 250/1 with Paddy Power
Takam round 10: 325/1 with Betfair
Takam round 11: 375/1 with Paddy Power
Takam round 12: 500/1 with Betfair
Again this all lines up with Takam being least favourite and again it’s expected he will probably not last with stamina which is why the odds on him winning in the later rounds are so high. Takam is likely to come out swinging and fade late on so if he does win and it’s long odds it will by knockout then.