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Saunders vs Murray live stream: How to watch fight on TV and online

Tom Kershaw
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Billy Joe Saunders is back in the ring against Martin Murray with his WBO world title on the line at the SSE Wembley Arena on Friday evening.

Saunders has not fought for over a year, though he was cruelly denied a shot at Canelo Alvarez with his fight falling through, due to the Covid-19 pandemic. An opportunity against the Mexican could still present itself in 2021, though Murray represents a banana skin for the two-weight world champion, who will need to impress to remain attractive to the broadcasters.

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Murray has proven to be an awkward opponent for other world champions in the past and it is widely accepted that he is unfortunate to not count himself as a world title holder after a disputed points defeat against Sergio Martinez.

Murray lost a majority decision against Hassan N'Dam N'Jikam in 2018, though the 38-year-old will be determined to grasp this chance, having been denied a fight against Saunders in the past twice, with the two fights between the pair cancelled in recent years.

The undercard will involve James Tennyson, Zach Parker, Shannon Courtenay and Lerrone Richards. Here is everything you need to know:

When and where is the fight?

The fight is on Friday 4 December at the SSE Arena in Wembley, London.

When are the ring walks and what time will the fight start?

You can expect the ring walks to start from around 10pm onwards, although that could change depending on the undercard results.

What TV channel is it on and is there a live stream?

The card will be shown on Sky Sports Arena from 7pm and the main event on Sky Sports Main Event from 10pm.

If you’re not a Sky customer you can grab a NOWTV Day Pass here to watch without a subscription.

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Undercard

  • Billy Joe Saunders v Martin Murray – WBO Super Middleweight Title

  • James Tennyson v Josh O’Reilly

  • Zach Parker v Cesar Nunez – WBO International Super Middleweight Title

  • Shannon Courtenay v Dorota Norek

  • Lerrone Richards v TBA

  • Donte Dixon v Angelo Dragon

  • Lewis Edmondson v John Telford

Odds

Saunders win: 1/33. Knockout: 9/4. Points: 2/5.

Murray win: 11/1. Knockout: 20/1. Points: 20/1.

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