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Scott Quigg v Jono Carroll Betting Tips | 22:00 pm Saturday, 07th March 2020
Scott Quigg and Jono Carroll will clash at the Manchester Arena on Saturday keen to settle a long running battle. Bury’s Quigg will be back in the right for his first fight since October and has a record of 35 wins, 2 defeats and 2 draws. The 31-year-old has a 67% KO average having delivered 26 knockouts so far in his career. Quigg has a massive punch power and has won his last two matches inside the distance. Four of his last five wins have been by KO.
The two defeats he has suffered were against Carl Frampton in February 2016 and against Mexican Oscar Valdez in America two years ago. Since that defeat on points against Valdez, Scott has been seen only once in two years. He defeated Mario Briones, another Mexican, in two rounds.
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Carroll did well against Farmer
Carroll is coming to Manchester with a very good CV having won 16 bouts, with one draw and one defeat, The Dublin’s fighter will make the trip across the Irish sea to face the biggest challenge of his career. This 27-year-old, also called Celtic Warrior King Kong, is currently the number one in Ireland and the 51st in the world. He has a low KO average of only 16% but is a talented boxer who likes to use his skills and boxing brain to outplay opponents. Considering that both those fighters are very tactical, we may see this match going on for a while with judges that have to be called into action.
Carroll’s only defeat came against Tevin Famer in Philadelphia in 2019. Since Farmer is the 11th in the world, that result was expected, but Carroll took the American to a 12 rounds points decision before eventually losing by six and seven. Since then he has won on points in Mexico over Eleazar Valenzuela back in August. Looking at the betting market, he is the underdog at 5/4 to win the 18th bout of his career. We believe Quigg has what it takes to prevail on points in what should be a very close affair.
First Verdict: Quigg To Win On Points
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