Anthony Joshua is set to defend his world heavyweight boxing titles at Wembley Stadium this weekend.
The British boxer – who currently holds the WBA, WBO and IBF – will take on Russia's Alexander Povetkin tomorrow (September 22).
Joshua beat New Zealand’s Joseph Parker in March of this year to remain undefeated as a professional boxer.
Here are the places that will be showing the Joshua fight tomorrow:
– Yates Portsmouth – 13-19 Guildhall Walk, Portsmouth PO1 2R
- The Victoria & Albert – Albert Road, Southsea, Hampshire, PO5 2SX
- Village Hotel Club – Lakeshore Drive, Portsmouth PO6 3FR
- Coach & Horses – London Rd, Portsmouth PO2 9SE
- The Red Lion – London Rd, Portsmouth PO6 3EE
- The Spotted Cow – 131 London Rd, Cowplain, Waterlooville PO8 8XJ
- Village Home – 131 London Rd, Cowplain, Waterlooville PO8 8XJ
- The Ironmaster – 26 West St, Fareham PO16 0JW
Can you watch the fight at home?
Joshua vs Povetkin will be shown on Sky Box Office – which means that even if you have Sky Sports you have to pay extra to watch it.
You can buy the fight by press Sky Box Office on your Sky remote - which will take you to a screen to purchase the fight.
If you have Sky Q you need to go to the menu and select ‘Sports’ and then select ‘Box Office’ to then purchase the fight.
You can also buy the fight online by clicking the link here
Can I watch the fight if I don't have Sky Sports?
Yes you can purchase the fight and watch it on PC / Desktop / Mac, NOW TV box, NOW TV Smart Stick, iPhone, iPad, Android phone or Android tablet even if you aren’t a Sky Sports customer.
You can buy the fight from here - and then either return to that website to watch the fight tomorrow, download the Sky Sports Box Office App and watch it there or watch it through your Now TV box.
How much does it cost to buy the fight?
The Joshua vs Povetkin fight will cost £19.95 on Sky Box Office.
Is it on the radio?
If you don't fancy forking out nearly £20 to watch the fight it will be free to listen to on Talk Sport tomorrow night.
When does the fight start?
Coverage will begin on Sky at 6pm tomorrow – but there are several undercard fights – so Joshua v Povetkin will start much later – with some predictions being that it will start at around 10pm.