Live betting odds to be displayed on ringcards this Saturday

For the first time, live odds from Betfair will be displayed on LED Boards in the ring in when Darren Barker takes on Kerry Hope on Saturday.

The specially designed 'digi-boards', which will show the round number on the reverse, will be displayed in the ring between rounds by Only Way is Essex actress Chloe Sims (pictured), who will be lending her support to local boy Barker.

Betfair's Alex Bake said: "These boards will enhance the betting experience for boxing fans whom can keep on top of the markets throughout the night and make sure they've placed the best bet."

Chloe Sims said: "I'm excited to be part of the show on Saturday and I can't wait to get into the ring on Saturday night, the atmosphere is going to be electric. Me and my family love boxing and we're going to be there backing Darren to win."

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