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- Predictions: Who will win and how?
- A statistical breakdown of the heavyweight world title fight
- A fight that, for the loser, will be one too soon or one too late
- The best quotes and trash talk from the big fight build-up
- Klitschko's 'obsession' may yet tarnish his reputation
- Who are the four men to beat Klitschko?
- Bunce: Joshua will have British heavyweights' past behind him when he faces Klitschko
When is it?
The fight will take place on Saturday 29 April at Wembley in London.
What time will it start?
Joshua and Klitschko are expected to begin their entrances to the ring at approximately 9.25pm, with the fight itself starting at 10.00pm.
Where can I watch it?
The main event and the undercard will be shown live on Sky Sports Box Office.
Alternatively, you can bookmark this article, which will become The Independent’s live blog.
Who’s on the undercard?
Scott Quigg vs Viorel Simion
WBA international featherweight title
Luke Campbell vs Darleys Perez
Katie Taylor vs Nina Meinke
Lawrence Okolie vs Russ Henshaw
Joe Cordina vs Sergej Vib
Josh Kelly vs Faheem Khan
What are their records?
Wins, wins by knockout, losses, draws
Joshua: W18 KO18 L0 D0
Klitschko: W64 KO53 L4 D0
What’s on the line?
Joshua is the reigning IBF world heavyweight title holder, a belt that Klitschko lost in defeat to Tyson Fury in November 2015.
Fury was subsequently stripped of the belt after failing to fight mandatory challenger Vyacheslav Glazkov. Charles Martin, who beat Glazkov, then lost his first defence of the belt to Joshua.
The WBA (Super) and vacant IBO world heavyweight titles, both previously held by Fury, will also be on the line.
Who will win?
What are the odds?
Odds provided by 888.com
Joshua points: 11/2
Joshua stoppage: 7/10
Klitschko points: 6/1
Klitschko stoppage: 7/2