Anthony Joshua Vs. Joseph Parker: What Date and Time Is the Fight, What TV Channel Is It on and What Are the Odds?

Anthony Joshua and Joseph Parker are just days away from a heavyweight unification bout at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff, Wales.

Both fighters are preparing to enter the ring competitively for the first time this year, with both carrying undefeated records into the contest.

Joseph, the 26-year-old from New Zealand, has recent experience of boxing in the United Kingdom. He retained his WBO belt at the Manchester Arena in September with a split decision win over Hughie Fury.

A month later, Joshua made his last appearance of 2017 in the ring. It took until the 10th round for the 28-year-old to stop Carlos Takam, a 36-year-old Frenchman substituted in at last minute for the injured challenger Kubrat Pulev.

And now they go head-to-head. Here, Newsweek tells you everything you need to know to ensure you don't miss Joshua versus Parker:

When is it?

The fight takes place on Saturday (March 31).

What TV channel?

Sky Sports Box Office is broadcasting it live for U.K. viewers at a cost of £19.95. In the U.S., the fight will be aired on Showtime.

What time does it start?

There is no official ring walk time, but the two fighters are expected to be in the ring by around 10.30 p.m. (GMT).

Anthony Joshua
Anthony Joshua at the English Institute of Sport, Sheffield, England, March 21. Alex Livesey/Getty

Where is it taking place?

At the Principality Stadium in Cardiff, Wales, also known as the Millennium Stadium and the venue of Joshua's win over Takam last year.

What titles are on the line?

Joshua will be able to win Parker's WBO crown, but he is risking losing his WBA, IBO and IBF belts.

Who's expected to win?

Joshua is the overwhelming bookies favorite at 1/10 while Parker is at 6/1. With these two fighters a draw is unexpected, so the odds are 20/1.