On paper it's one of the most intriguing bouts of the weekend.
Although intriguing the bookies are in no doubt as to who is the favourite, with Ruenroeng priced at around 4/11 suggesting he is heavily favoured, though he was 1/7 earlier in the week in what was a ludicrous bit of pricing. Casimero, who was a huge 4/1 earlier in the week, is now best priced at 10/3.
Whilst the bout is in Thailand, and it's almost impossible to beat a Thai in Thailand, these odds do represent some interesting insight in to the bout. Given that Casimero is a well traveled road warrior, is explosive and young we can see the lure of the 10/3, it's unlikely but is tempting.
At the moment the draw is priced around 25/1, again good value for what looks like it could be a very competitive match up.
Amnat Ruenroeng looks to add another big scalp to resume as he faces Johnriel Casimero (Preview)