Chisora v Haye odds on, say the bookies

Dereck Chisora is 4/7 to be David Haye's next opponent according to Ladbrokes.
The bookies rate Haye as an odds-on favourite (4/9) to win should the fight go ahead with Chisora a 7/4 outsider.

Logically, David Haye (2/1) and Dereck Chisora (7/2) are the first two in the betting to be the next British Professional Heavyweight Champion while Tyson Fury earns a 9/2 quote.
Audley Harrison is a 20/1 outsider.
Haye is 15/8 to skip Chisora and take on Vitali Klitschko next while it's 6/1 that his next bout is a rematch of his most recent outing against Wladimir.
Alex Donohue of Ladbrokes said: "Should both British fighters get it on we favour Haye but it's not a huge price he skips Chisora all together. Haye would be the underdog once more against Vitali.
"If the Haye - Chisora fight went ahead it would be interesting to see who would attract the cash. Not many punters predicted it to go that far last night."
Ladbrokes latest betting
David Haye vs Dereck Chisora
Haye 4/9
Chisora 7/4
Draw 33/1
Vitali Klitschko vs David Haye
Klitschko 1/4
Haye 3/1
Draw 33/1
Next British Professional Heavyweight Champion
David Haye 2/1
Dereck Chisora 7/2
Tyson Fury 9/2
David Price 5/1
Anthony Joshua 8/1
Audley Harrison 20/1
David Haye's next fight
Dereck Chisora 4/7
Vitali Klitschko 15/8
Wladimir Klitschko 6/1

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