Anthony Yarde vs. Lyndon Arthur – Betting Odds, Preview & Prediction

Yarde Arthur Betting Odds & Prediction
  • Anthony Yarde opens as a 1/6 betting favorite against Lyndon Arthur priced at 7/2.
  • The commonwealth light–heavyweight title will be on the line.
  • We take an early look at the odds for Yarde vs Arthur with a final prediction.

British boxing star Anthony Yarde will make his return to the ring on July 11. Yarde will challange Lyndon Arthur for the commonwealth title. This will feature under the main card between Daniel Dubois vs. Joe Joyce.

Anthony Yarde vs. Lyndon Arthur Odds

Anthony Yarde1/6, (-600)
Lyndon Arthur7/2, (+350)

The bookies are highly favouring Anthony Yarde in this bout, with a winning probably of 85.71% over the current champ Lyndon Arthur.

At odds of 7/2, a $100 bet on Lyndon Arthur could net you $350 if successful. Looking for a boxing betting site? At Betting Insider Journal we have you covered with all our recommended sites listed here.

Yarde vs Arthur Prediction

Both fighters are 28 years of age and fight using an orthodox style. Yarde has a KO ratio of 94%, with Arthur at 75%.

Anthony Yarde holds the better pro-boxing record. With only one loss to the legendary Sergey Kovalev back in August 2019. He bounced back in February with a 2nd round TKO over Diego Jair Ramirez.

Lyndon Arthur certainly has more amateur fights, with around 50 before turning pro. Arthur defeated Emmanuel Anim in 2019 for the vacant commonwealth light–heavyweight title.

Overall Yarde is the stronger and more imposing boxer. Expect this to play a huge factor, due to Arthur being a slimmer framed fighter.

We believe Yarde will get the job done on July 11. However at odds of 1/6 they are little inflated – thus Arthur is being overlooked by the oddsmakers.

Prediction: Anthony Yarde by KO/TKO.

Yarde’s Personal Tragedy Used as Motivation

Yarde recently lost his father and grandmother to COVID-19 in the space of a week. Speaking to BBCSport in a recent interview, Yarde opened up about the real dangers of COVID-19 and how that’s had a huge impact on his family.

“You need to mourn, you need to be upset, to give yourself time to replenish. Then you use it all as fuel to get stronger. I’ll get stronger. I want to make all my family proud, particularly my mum Sonia. Ninety percent of everything I do is for her, but this has all added to that drive.”

Wise words from the promising heavyweight. Yarde is currently (19-1, 18 KO) also says that training has helped him keep his mind off of the circumstances.

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