Johannesburg, South Africa – Betting on Friday’s EFC 53: UK vs RSA event is now open with www.supabets.co.za, Africa’s largest premium sports betting brand.
Reigning middleweight champion, England’s Yannick ‘Black Mamba’ Bahati will enter the Hexagon as a favourite over South African home town hero, Michiel Opperman. Similarly, former featherweight champion Scotland’s Danny Henry is favoured by the odds over his South African opponent, Wade Groth.
In stark contrast, it is South Africans Boyd Allen and Andrew ‘One Gear’ van Zyl, that will enter as the favourites on Friday night over their respective UK opponents, Azi Thomas and Tony Mustard.
If fans really want to make money and get behind their fellow countrymen, they can make accumulator bets with massive payouts.
Team UK: Bahati, Thomas, Henry & Mustard to win: 17.68
Team RSA: Opperman, Allen, Groth & van Zyl to win: 11.70
Odds on all of Friday night’s bouts are as follows:
Bahati vs Opperman – Bahati the favourite at 1/2 vs 14/10.
Allen vs Thomas – Allen the favourite at 7/20 vs 14/10.
Groth vs Henry – Henry the favourite at 18/10 vs 7/20.
Van Zyl vs Mustard – Van Zyl the favourite at 4/10 vs 17/10.
Toure vs Madiba – Madiba the favourite at 1/1 vs 7/10.
Tresor vs Kabanda – Kabanda the favourite at 1/1 vs 7/10.
De Beer vs Van Der Merwe – De Beer the favourite at 6/10 vs 12/10.
Georgiev vs Fields – Even money at 8/10 vs 8/10.
Botha vs Bukaka – Botha the favourite at 13/20 vs 11/10.
Seabi vs Mnikathi – Mnikathi the favourite at 9/10 vs 8/10.
Place your bets either by visiting www.supabets.co.za, visiting one of the many SUPABETS outlets or by SMSing ‘BET’ to 31388 to have a call centre agent call you back.
EFC 53: Bahati vs Opperman is presented by SUPABETS, and takes place on Friday 2 September 2016 at Carnival City, Johannesburg. Tickets are on sale now at http://www.computicket.com, and the 5 main card bouts will be broadcast live on http://kwesesports.com (Sub-Saharan Africa) and Kwesé Free Sports (Kenya) starting at 20:00 (CAT) and delayed live on e.tv (South Africa) after the 20:30 (CAT) movie.