Boxing's seniors' tour comes to fruition on Nov. 28 as former heavyweight champion Mike Tyson, 54, steps into the ring to face Roy Jones Jr., 51, at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. Jones, a world champion in five weight classes during his career, is the +150 underdog in the fight. Tyson is the odds-on -185 favorite. A Tyson knockout is also the +135 chalk as the most likely outcome.
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Premier League Goalscorers' Betting Advice
Future Week 9 EPL Goal Scorers
By Paul Seaton
EPL Betting Tip Of The Week
By Paul Seaton
Saturday October 22nd
Bournemouth (+285) vs. Tottenham Hotspur (-105) 7.30am ET
Despite being unbeaten in their opening eight games, the North London side are not top. We think a player as pacy and dangerous as Callum Wilson will always get chances against a Spurs side missing Toby Alderweireld. Wilson is a great value +250 to score at any time.
Burnley (+425) vs. Everton (-150) 10am ET
Burnley will miss the injured Belgian Steven Defour hugely, and with Romelu Lukaku in such good form, there's no reason why he can't open the scoring at +400. Just look at his previous exploits for Everton last season!
West Ham Utd (-140) vs. Sunderland (+370) 10am ET
Dimitryi Payet is +500 to net the first goal and in a match that is likely to be nervous and close. His dead-ball prowess may be telling.
Leicester City (+105) vs. Crystal Palace (+260) 10am ET
Often brought into the fray when his side is either comfortable or in need of pace, Jason Puncheon is extremely good value at +1100 to score the last goal at the King Power Stadium. Leicester cannot deal with pace right now.
Hull City (+190) vs. Stoke City (+150) 10am ET
Xherdan Shaqiri has taken his time in finding his golden boots this season so far. Saturday could be the day the pint-sized playmaker finds the back of the net. He's +260 to score at any time.
Swansea City (+125) vs. Watford (+220) 10am ET
Gylfi Sigurdsson is 'cold as ice' for Swansea and is frequently overlooked. He's an incredible +750 to score first and takes free kicks, penalties, and about 90% of the Swans' shots. Get on it.
Arsenal (-385) vs. Middlesbrough (+1000) 10am ET
Laurent Kocielny has frequently dug Arsenal out of the mire, and should Middlesbrough line up like a human wall, then it may take the Frenchman to step up. He's +2500 to score the opener or last goal depending on how you see the game going.
Liverpool (-360) vs. West Bromwich Albion (+960) 12.30pm ET
Solomon Rondon is +350 to score at any time for West Brom and Liverpool may still be in shock about how inept they were last week, especially in front of goal.
Sunday October 23rd
Manchester City (-195) vs. Southampton (+500) 8.30m ET
Fernandinho often has his praises sung by Guardiola and has scored a lot of late goals for City. He's +1800 to score last on Sunday and we like that a lot.
Chelsea (+110) vs. Manchester United (+245) 11am ET
Marcus Rashford looks like great value to score the last goal at Stamford Bridge for United at +400. If you fancy Chelsea to need an equaliser, then John Terry at +2500 is a decent choice.
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