Expect explosive Anthony Yarde to smash Sequeira
Katie Taylor defends world titles in Boston
BT Sport 1, from 8.45pm Saturday
Anthony Yarde has been blasting his way up the light-heavyweight rankings and he should deliver another knockout performance against Argentina's Walter Gabriel Sequeira in Brentwood.
Yarde won the European title with a first-round KO of Richard Baranyi last year and has defended it four times since, stopping his opponents in three, four, seven and seven rounds.
Sequeira has been brought in as a tune-up fight as Yarde has stated he wants more experience before moving to world level, and he may not last long. It's only the second time Sequeira has fought outside Argentina - he lost on points to Avni Yildirim in Germany in 2016 - and he has been knocked down in the first round in two of his last five contests.
Yarde is just 2-7 to win by KO, but odds of 6-5 that he wins in the first five rounds look worth snapping up.
On the undercard, Gary Corcoran is 2-5 to beat Johnny Garton for the vacant British welterweight title.
Sky Sports are televising the later card in Boston where Demetrius Andrade is 1-12 to beat Walter Kautondokwa for the WBO middleweight title after Billy Joe Saunders was contentiously stripped of the belt.
Katie Taylor says her defence of the IBF & WBA female lightweight titles against Cindy Serrano will be her hardest fight, but bookmakers make her 1-25 to triumph, while British favourites Tommy Coyle, Scott Quigg and Kid Galahad are also in action.
Y Yarde to win in rounds one to five
2pts 6-5 Coral, Ladbrokes
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