Jeff Horn vs Tim Tszyu Tips, Odds & Predictions

Trent Orwin:
Jeff Horn vs Tim Tszyu Tips

Jeff Horn and Tim Tszyu will clash at the Queensland Country Bank Stadium in Townsville on Wednesday, August 26 at 9pm AEST.

The super welterweight bout will take place over 10 rounds with Jeff Horn (20-2-1) coming off a majority decision victory over Michael Zerafa. Read our tips, predictions and see the odds for Jeff Horn vs Tim Tszyu.

Tim Tszyu boasts a perfect 15-0 record with 11 wins coming via knockout. It took Tszyu just four rounds to record a TKO victory over Jack Brubaker in his latest fight back in December.

Tszyu is the son of International Boxing Hall of Famer Kostya Tszyu who held multiple light-welterweight world championships.

Against Horn, Tszyu will have a four-inch reach advantage with both men fighting using an orthodox stance when we look at the Tale of the Tape.

Horn’s biggest victory came in 2017 against Manny Pacquiao, although the result is marred in controversy with many believing Pacquiao deserved to be the victor. Nonetheless, the record books show Horn as the winner against one of the best boxers in the history of the sport.

Two fights after the Pacquiao victory, Horn suffered a ninth-round TKO loss against Terence Crawford who has an unbeaten 36-0 record at the time of writing.

Tszyu is 25 years old as he enters the fight against the 32-year-old Horn who has more experience inside the squared circle.

It is a little surprising to see such a discrepancy in the odds with the more experienced boxer a clear underdog.

Horn vs Tszyu betting odds

Sportsbet Market

Jeff Horn $2.50
Tim Tszyu $1.50

Jeff Horn vs Tim Tszyu Tips & Predictions

There is no value in backing Tszyu at $1.50 as this is his biggest fight. On the other hand, this wouldn’t be considered Horn’s biggest bout after fights with Pacquiao and Crawford in 2017 and 2018 respectively. Following the Crawford loss, Horn defeated Anthony “The Man” Mundine in the first round via KO.

Happy to back Horn to win the fight and hand Tszyu his first loss.