Carl Frampton v Luke Jackson Odds, Tips and Predictions

Get ready for the battle of the featherweights with Carl Frampton v Luke Jackson. Every boxer dreams of big-occasion fights; this is something that Carl Frampton has achieved numerous times at various arenas across UK. Fighting Leo Santa Cruz at the MGM Grand was the high point in the career of Frampton so far; although he went on to lose the rematch and his WBA Super World Featherweight Title. Dublin is not the top of every fighter’s list of venues. However, to Frampton, fighting in front of his Irish following in a stadium fight at Windsor Park might beat the experience of fighting in front of the Vegas crowd.

 

Frampton, 31, takes on undefeated Australian Luke Jackson. “The Jackal” is a huge favourite and we can see why. He has both experience and youth on his side. Frampton has fought in 16 title fights in his 26 fight career; he is two years younger and has been in the ring with the likes of Kiko Martinez, Scott Quigg, Leo Santa Cruz and Nonito Donaire; Jackson hasn’t fought anyone of note and this will be his fifth bout with any form of title on the line.

 

Taking into account all the advantages, it’s very unlikely that we will see anything other than a Frampton win – it may be better trying different boxing betting strategies other than a straight fight win if you want to maximise your earning potential.

 

Head to Head

Frampton will defend his interim World Boxing Organisation World Featherweight Title against Luke Jackson, 33, at Windsor Park on August 18.

‘The Jackal’ boasts a record of 25 wins from 26 fights and has only lost to Leo Santa Cruz. However, he has also previously beaten Santa Cruz for the WBA Super World Featherweight Title.

Since winning and losing the WBA title, Frampton has defeated Horacio Garcia and a world-class opponent in Nonito Donaire.

The fight will be shown live on BT Sport. We can watch as challenger Luke Jackson aims to shock the boxing world and claim victory.

Jackson is currently undefeated and his current record stands at 16 wins and 0 losses; he has beaten all that he has faced in his home country, Australia. Jackson stands taller than Frampton, at 5’6 ½ whereas his opponent is just 5’5; the challenger also has a 4” reach advantage according to Boxrec.

 

We have gathered the best odds and markets around to help you make those WinningSportsBets.

 

Frampton vs Jackson– Win Fight Outright

Anything can happen in boxing; we only need to look at the recent Sergey Kovalev vs Eleider Alvarez fight to prove that. Eleider upset the boxing world when he defeated Kovalev by KO in round seven of the scheduled 12.

Carl Frampton is the bookmakers’ favourite and by a considerable margin – You can find odds ranging from 1/50 to 1/66. Underdog Luke Jackson odds range from 12/1 to 23/2.

You would have to put a lot of money on Frampton to get a reasonable return – a £50 bet at 888sport, Ladbrokes or Unibet would return £1 – A £66 bet at Bet365 would return £1. Taking these odds into consideration, bookmakers believe Frampton to be a heavy favourite.

Bookmakers are somewhat split on the odds they offer for the upset – backing Jackson at 888sport and Unibet at 23/2 returns £23 for every £2 spent. Ladbrokes, WilliamHill and Bet365 offer odds of 12/1, meaning for every £1 you bet, it would return £12 – a £10 bet would return £120.

If you are going to put your money on Frampton we recommend opening an account at 888sport, Ladbrokes or Unibet at 1/50. If you pick the Australian underdog we suggest WilliamHill or Bet365 who would return you more winnings for each pound staked.

Frampton vs Jackson – Draw

If you really want to go for a high money bet, then you could put a wager on a tied outcome. A very attractive 33/1 for a draw can be found at Ladbrokes and WilliamHill.

 

Carl Frampton vs Luke Jackson – Method of Victory

We have compiled the best odds after comparing various online bookmakers.

Carl Frampton by KO TKO or DQ – Bet365 offers the best odds at 2/5.

Carl Frampton by Decision or Technical Decision – Odds of 15/8 can be found at Bet365.

Luke Jackson by KO TKO or DQ – Bet365 is unbeatable at 22/1.

Luke Jackson by Decision or Technical Decision – 33/1 can be found at Bet365.

 

Carl Frampton vs Luke Jackson – Fight to go the Distance

Both fighters aren’t big punchers and there is a good chance the fight will go the distance if Jackson can withstand the early pressure from Frampton.

If you think the fight will go the distance Ladbrokes offer 7/4, a £20 stake will return winnings of £35.  Betting £20 at Bet365 at 2/1 will return £40.

If you believe the fight will finish before the final bell, Bet365 are offering odds of 2/5 – A £10 bet would return £4.

Carl Frampton vs Luke Jackson – Specials

Ladbrokes are offering its members a special bet called ‘Total Rounds’. If you believe the fight will end in round one then this is the bet for you. At 16/1 you could earn yourself a healthy profit. If you think the fight will end after round one odds change dramatically to 1/100.

 

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*** Note: odds correct as of August 7, 2018.

*** Updated August 11 – Method of victory, Fight to go the Distance and Specials.