Betting Shop: Chisora fractures hand and won’t fight Fury on Saturday

Dereck ChisoraBetting shops learned that Dereck Chisora was forced to pull out of his fight with Tyson Fury in Manchester on Saturday due to a fractured hand.

Pay per head sportsbooks found out that Chisora fractured his hand while training and would not be able to take on Fury and defend his European title this weekend. The British heavyweight crown was also available.

Price per head services and many people with a betting site were concerned when they learned that Chisora’s hand was injured during a sparring session, meaning that their clash will have to take place on a date that has not yet been decided.

In a statement from the promoters, Chisora said: “I can’t tell you how disappointed I am to have to pull out of the fight against Fury.

“But it is on the advice of my specialist that I have to do this.

And betting shops know how important it is for Chisora to take his advice.

Bookie: Toure wants to stay with Manchester City

Yaya ToureMany fans and bookies were relieved to learn that Yaya Toure rubbished speculation that he wants to part ways with Manchester City.

Pay per head sportsbooks saw that this summer, the Ivory Coast international was linked with a move away from the club, in the midst of reports of a breakdown in his relationship with the club’s hierarchy, but many bookies were glad to learn that Toure reassured City fans.

“There has been a lot of speculation but they’ve always been good with me and good with my family,” he said.

“I want to say that I will always honour my contract and stay as long as possible and don’t think about all the speculation saying that I’m leaving.

“For the fans for all they have done for me and the club as well, I need to say it’s a big pleasure to stay and continue and try to enjoy the next season.

“Everything is fine now. There was a lot of speculation about people sending me away and people were sending me everywhere.

Sport Bookie: Uruguay appeals over Suarez ban

Italy's national soccer player Chiellini listens to reporter's question during a news conference ahead of the Euro 2012 in KrakowFIFA confirmed that the Uruguayan Football Association appealed the ban given to Luis Suarez for biting Giorgio Chiellini, and sport bookies wonder what awaits the player.

Pay per head sportsbooks saw that Suarez was given a very controversial nine-match international suspension and four-month ban from all football activity after the incident which took place during Uruguay’s 1-0 win at the FIFA World Cup over Italy.

The 27-year-old’s punishment means that until the end of October he can’t play any club football, but the Liverpool forward would be able to undergo a medical if his reported switch to Barcelona takes place, and many sport bookies hope that the medical will focus on his psychological condition, considering his repeated biting offences.

Bookmakers UK and price per head services learned that the appeal was confirmed by Claudio Sulser, who is the head of FIFA’s disciplinary committee, and he said that the sanction was “justice” for a “very severe case”.

“The player cannot have any activity related to football, but a medical examination for a transfer, yes – the sanction is not linked to transfer rights,” Sulser said.