Campbell and Quigg can make a statement on the big stage
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Two Olympic champions contest the main event and another heads the undercard, with Luke Campbell taking on Darleys Perez.
Perez drew with Anthony Crolla in a WBA world lightweight title fight but he lost the rematch when Crolla stopped him with a bodyshot.
Campbell has been outstanding since losing on points to Yvan Mendy, and Perez had better have learned his lessons as Campbell is lethal when targeting the body, as proved when he destroyed Derry Mathews, and should be backed for the early finish.
Scott Quigg faces robust veteran Viorel Simion, who took Lee Selby the distance in 2013.
The betting suggests he will win on the scorecards, but at 35 Simion may struggle to live with Quigg, who will be out to make a statement and can get the KO.
Katie Taylor is a big favourite to beat Nina Meinke, but she was taken the distance in her last fight and it may pay to go long again.
L Campbell by stoppage
1pt 10-11 Sky Bet
S Quigg by stoppage
1pt 7-4 Hills
K Taylor v N Meinke to go the distance
1pt 13-8 Paddy Power