Wilder vs. Fury 2 Odds: Latest Betting Lines and Trends for WBC Heavyweight Rematch

The WBC heavyweight world title will be on the line in Las Vegas, Nevada, on Saturday night when Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury collide in their much-awaited rematch.

Their first encounter in Los Angeles 15 months ago ended in a split draw and there is very little to separate the two fighters ahead of their bout at the MGM Grand Garden Arena.

According to FanDuel, both Wilder and Fury are 23/25 to win the fight, while bet365 has both fighters at 9/10 and DraftKing has Wilder as 4/5 favorite, with Fury a slight underdog at 21/20.

Both fighters take their unbeaten record to Vegas, but their styles couldn't be more different.

Wilder has fought 43 times as a professional, winning by KO 41 times, while Fury has gone the distance 10 times in his 30 professional fights, with 20 wins by KO.

The American is a devastating puncher, but the Briton is the better boxer.

Here's a look at the main trends ahead of Saturday night.

Will the fight go the distance?

Fifteen months ago, Fury and Wilder boxed themselves to a standstill after 12 exhilarating rounds, but bookmakers don't expect a repeat of the same scenario.

According to Oddschecker, the fight is 18/25 to not last 12 rounds and 21/20 to go the distance.

Wilder has won 41 of his 43 professional fights by KO, while 20 of Fury's 29 wins have been stoppages. The Briton outboxed the American for large spells of the first fight and beat the count after being floored by a devastating one-two combination in the 12th round to earn a split draw.

Fury confirmed his durability as he went 12 rounds against Sweden's Otto Walin in September and has vowed to knock out Wilder, with the Bronze Bomber promising a similar treatment.

Wilder struggled to land a solid punch on Fury in the first fight but is confident to have learnt his lesson.

Method of win

The boxers' contrasting styles are reflected by the type of win. Wilder is 11/10 to win by KO or TKO, while Fury is 5/1 to win by knocking out the Bronze Bomber.

The discrepancy is far from surprising, as the American is arguably the most devastating puncher in world boxing and 41 of his 42 professional wins have come by KO.

Fury isn't in the same class in terms of punching prowess, but 20 of his 29 wins have come by KO.

Tyson Fury, Deontay Wilder
Deontay Wilder (L) and Tyson Fury face off during a news conference at Fox Studios on January 25 in Los Angeles, California. Kevork Djansezian/Getty

When it comes to winning by decision, the Briton is an 8/5 favorite, while Wilder is 8/1. Again, that is far from surprising as Fury is a better boxer than Wilder and outboxed him in the first fight.

In theory at least, Fury should have a better chance of winning the fight if it comes down to the judges.

Former heavyweight world champions George Foreman and Joseph Parker and promoter Frank Warren have backed the Briton to win on points.

Will one of the fighters get knocked down and win?

Fury is 5/1 to get knocked down and win, while Wilder's odds stand at 9/1.

The Briton dismissed any doubts over his chin, when he twice came off the floor in the first fight. Fury somehow beat the count after hitting the canvas in the 12th round following an explosive one-two combination from Wilder, which looked to have ended the fight.

The Gypsy King suggested his miraculous recovery 15 months ago will play on Wilder's mind.

"The thing Wilder must be thinking is, 'I hit that guy with my hardest punch in round 12, and he got up. What do I have to do to keep him down?'" he said in his press conference earlier this week.

Wilder hasn't hit the canvas since he fought Harold Sconiers in October 2010 and showed a remarkably strong chin in his win against Luis Ortiz in March 2018.