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Demetrius Andrade vs Luke Keeler Betting Tips | 03:00 am Friday, 30th January 2020
Boxing is finally back on our screens as Irishman Luke Keeler will take on Demetrius Andrade for a world title in America.
Finally, Boxing is back ON
Top Boxing is back this weekend after what has been more or less a January hibernation for most fans. During this time though we have been focusing on analysing the massive fight that will take place in February in Las Vegas. Which one? Obviously Deontay Wilder vs Tyson Fury.
But let’s stay in the present as we have a very interesting bout between Demetrius Andrade and Luke Keeler which will be available in the early hours of Friday morning UK time. The WBO world middleweight title will be disputed, and there are several markets available to look for value.
Top Betting Offers To Take Advantage Of In Demetrius Andrade vs Luke Keeler
Will the ambitious Irishman Keeler be capable of bringing back the title from the US?
Bookmakers certainly don’t think this is possible but let’s not forget that in 2019 we saw plenty of surprises and maybe, the New Year will begin with an upset.
Andrade’s all last six encounters have gone to 12 rounds
Andrade is the current titleholder, and the American will be keen to showcase his talent to a wider audience. He is still unbeaten and will be looking for a unification fight with one of the division’s top names like Billy Joe Saunders or Chris Eubank Jr.
In order to do so, he would have to defeat Keeler in an impressive way so to send a clear message to his main rivals. Demetrius is coming here on the back of a perfect 28-fight record. He has stopped 17 of previous opponents inside the distance, and therefore he has a near 61% KO average. He has won his WBO belt thanks to a 12-round points decision over African Walter Kautondokwa who was unbeaten with a record of 17-0 at the time. He then defended his title with a 12th round KO over Russian Artur Akavov (19 wins and 2 losses).
He then extended his winning streak to 28 but again thanks to a decision from the judges. In June last year he also defeated Pole Maciej Sulecki (28-1-0) in 12 rounds.
Keeler still unbeaten in eight
There are lots of expectations for Keeler ahead of this American bout. The Irishman would have to step up as at the moment he is just a bit more than an opponent that is needed for Andrade to progress further and enhance his knockout percentage. Not many believe the Irishman will be back in Dublin with the belt but surely he will be aware of the challenge and confident he can do well.
The 5’10” has a record of 17 wins against two defeats and one draw. Even with that patchy form, the 32 year old is still unbeaten in the last eight which dates back to April 2016. During this time Luke has won seven times with one draw against Adam Jones. Last time out Keeler defeated American Luis Arias (18-1-1) over 10 rounds.
Value is backing points win
Looking at form this should be a one-way affair. Andrade is just 1/33 with Keeler that can be backed at 9/1 and the draw at 25/1. A better value can be found in predicting how the American will win. The method of victory market is reading Andrade 1/3 to get his 18th KO of his career. Looking at the stats, there is little value in taking this price. Each of his last six have gone to points, so backing this will happen again at 5/2 looks the way to go here.
First Verdict: Andrade To Win On Points
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