Betfair Boxing Offer: 12/1 on Amir Khan or 4/1 on Saul Alvarez to win the big fight in Las Vegas on Saturday 7th May 2016 (fight time approx. 4am UK time on 8th May)
Amir Khan goes into the fight on Saturday night against Mexican 25 year old Saul Alvarez as something of an underdog. The Brit has moved up two weights to make the fight and by his own admission he lacks the power to really hurt his opponent. But while the odds are stacked against Khan, you can still make money betting on the bout with Betfair’s latest boxing offer.
They are offering new customers the chance to back the favourite Alvarez at enhanced odds of 4/1 or to take a chance on Amir Khan at a tasty 12/1.
The maximum bet permitted is £10 and the winnings are paid in free bets, but with Alvarez priced at such short odds in the standard betting, this could be a great way to profit from the fight!
Betfair Alvarez v Khan Offer: How to Claim
- Join Betfair via any link on this page and use Promo Code ZSAC34
- Deposit and bet £10 (max stake) on either Amir Khan or Saul Alvarez in ‘Match Odds’ market at the standard betting odds
- If your bet wins you will be paid in free bets within 24 hours to the enhanced price, giving you a gigantic pile of free bets to play with!
- If your bet loses your £10 stake will be refunded as a free bet
- You will also be given the chance to earn up to £100 in further free bets if you decide to place more real money bets with Betfair!
Saul Alvarez v Amir Khan Betting Tips, Saturday 7th May 2016, fight time circa 4.00am UK time on Sunday 8th May
It is usual before a big boxing match for both fighters to be mouthing off about how easily their win the bout…. quite often when it is appears so one-sided a match up as to make such talk from one of the fighters seem ludicrous. Things are different this time, however, as Amir Khan brings a refreshing dose of honesty about his chances of success against Saul Alvarez.
Having moved up two weights to make the fight against the Mexican, Khan admits that he will almost certainly lack the power to hurt his opponent. He claims, though, that his superior speed and skill will allow him to avoid any damaging blows and take the victory on points after the completion of the 12 rounds. This is, of course, a tactic reliant on not getting hit, and though Khan has shown how adept he is on his feet on numerous occasions, he is by no means infallible.
Khan’s first round knockout defeat against Colombian hitter Breidis Prescott gave the first hints that Khan’s chin was vulnerable, something confirmed in his fourth round defeat to Danny Garcia in 2012. In his most recent fights against Chris Algieri, Devon Alexander and Luis Collazo – all of which went the distance – Khan showed greater resilience, but none of those men can hit as hard as Alavarez, a man who went 12 rounds with Floyd Mayweather in 2013 when he gave as good as he got for the most part.
Alvarez is the 2/9 favourite to get the victory here with most bookies, compared to 16/5 for a Khan win, and we have to very much agree with that assessment. As such, while taking the 12/1 on Khan might appear tempting, grabbing the 4/1 available on Alvarez is a far better value bet and much more likely to bring you a tasty profit.
So if you don’t already have a betting account with Betfair and you want to profit from the big fight this weekend, get over to Betfair and back Alvarez at enhanced odds of 4/1.