Carl Frampton v Scott Quigg Betting Offers, Enhanced Odds: 7/1 Frampton or 9/1 Quigg, Saturday 27th February 2016, Manchester Arena
Saturday night is one that British boxing fans have been waiting a long time for, as IBF champion Carl Frampton takes on WBA Super Champion Scott Quigg. The clash between these two has been a long time coming, and now the two unbeaten fighters put their records, and their belts, on the line. But, just who will come out on top in Manchester on Saturday night?
Carl Frampton v Scott Quigg Betting Offers
Boylesports Enhanced Odds Offer: Back Frampton at 7/1 or Quigg at 9/1 – New Mobile Customers
Boylesports have the best odds for the Frampton v Quigg bout – you can back Frampton at 7/1 or Quigg at 9/1, the choice is yours! Max bet is £5 and winnings are paid in free bets – you also get a £10 free bet every week for the next five weeks if you keep betting with Boyles!
Betfair Enhanced Odds Offer: Back Frampton at 5/1 or Quigg at 7/1
New customers to Betfair can choose to back Frampton to win at odds of 5/1 or Quigg to win at a tasty price of 7/1 – max bet is £10 and winnings are paid in free bets – you also get a £10 free bet if you choose the wrong man!
Betfair Money Back Offer: Get Your Stake Back if Quigg Wins on Points
Betfair also have a fine boxing betting offer for existing customers: they will refund losing pre-fight round bets if Quigg wins the bout on points – max refund is £10 and it will be returned as a free bet, but this is a nice little insurance policy for your round betting!
Treble Odds at 888sport
One ongoing offer always available is the TRIPLE ODDS promotion for new customers at 888. Choose your own enhanced odds promotion, with triple odds on your first bet at 888, maximum stake £10, bonus winnings paid as free bets, maximum bonus £5,000!
Carl Frampton v Scott Quigg Betting Tips
This clash has the potential to be the most entertaining match seen on these shores for a long time. Both of these two boast exceptional records, and it’s safe to say that they aren’t the biggest fans of each other. When they finally come face to face in the ring, they’ll have years’ worth of old scores to settle.
They’re doing battle at the Manchester Arena, not too far from Quigg’s home of Bury. Despite that, the stadium is likely to be evenly split, as many of Frampton’s Irish fans have decided to make the trip over. They should all be set for a fantastic night of boxing, with these two so close it’s a really tough one to call.
Any slight advantage taken could be decisive for the two fighters, as there’s so little to pick between them. Recently, Frampton has seen a few points victories, and that could be something that gives him a boost before this. If the match is tight, he should have the knowhow to make it through with an advantage, plus you have to say he’s the more technically gifted of the two fighters.
If he can stick to his game plan, Frampton should take a small edge in this one, and we could see him box a little smarter than Quigg. While fans don’t want to see 12 tactical rounds, that is probably Frampton’s best approach here, as it has helped him in recent matches. The Northern Irishman is 6/4 with Sky Bet to take the win via a points decision, and that’s our main betting tip for this clash.
One other bet we like here is both fighters to be knocked down at 8/1 with Betfair. Frampton was recently floored by Mexican Alejandro Gonzalez Jr, which came on the same night that Quigg knocked out Kiko Martinez. That night was the one that saw Quigg take level standing with his opponent here, and he’ll be fancying his chances of doing damage himself.
With Frampton having a recent record of being put down, we can see both fighters hitting the canvas at some stage, which makes us tempted to back that one at such a big price.