Find out where the money is going in the most popular markets for tonight's huge fight.
In the last 48 hours, Povetkin has actually received more bets, mounting to 44%. Despite this, he still remains very much the second favourite, currently best priced at 7-1 and no shorter than 6-1.
The Russian has had a total of 35 fights, winning 34 and losing 1. He has won 24 of his fights by KO, which might give Joshua something to think about.
Despite the odds, 75% of all bets believe that the fight will go all the way. If you also believe this will happen, you can back it at 11-4, whilst the fight to be done and dusted before the end is just 1-3.
For those looking for the bragging rights to their friends and being more specific about how the fight will end, we have seen 60% of all bets placed on Joshua to win by KO, TKO or disqualification. However, there will be no smugness about the odds as they are just 4-11.
24% have backed the Russian to win by KO, TKO or disqualification at a very enticing 9-1, although some firms are as short as 7-1 with this particular market.
The most backed round and winner is Joshua to prevail in the 9th at 16-1, although some firms are as short as 10-1. Only 11% of all bets have been placed on this round, which shows how opinions are very split on who and when will get the job done.
Round 7 and 8 for Joshua to come out on top have also proven particular popular amongst punters, both best priced at 12-1.