UFC Odds: Kara-France vs. Albazi
Flyweight contenders will meet up in the octagon this weekend at UFC on ESPN: Kara-France vs. Albazi.
The main event this weekend is the flyweight bout featuring Kai Kara-France and Amir Albazi. At the Bovada Sportsbook Kara-France is a slim -115 favorite and Albazi is a -105 underdog.
Kara-France is 3-1 in his last four fights and owns an overall record of 24-10 and one no-contest with 11 wins by knockout and three by submission. He last fought at UFC 277 for the interim flyweight championship in July when he lost to Brandon Moreno by third-round TKO as a +160 underdog.
Albazi has won his last five fights to improve his record to 16-1 with five wins by KO and nine by submission. He last fought at UFC Fight Night 216 in December when he defeated Alessandro Costa by third-round KO as a -525 favorite.
Caceres the favorite in bout with Pineda
Also on the main card this weekend is a featherweight bout between Alex Caceres and Daniel Pineda. Caceres is a -175 favorite and Pineda is a +145 underdog.
Caceres is 6-1 in his last seven fights which has boosted his overall record to 20-13 and one no-contest, with four wins by KO and seven by submission. He last fought at UFC Fight Night 216 in December when he defeated Julian Erosa by first-round TKO as a +140 underdog.
Pineda is 2-1 with three no-contests in his last six fights. His overall record stands at 28-14 and three no-contests, with nine wins by KO and 19 by submission. He last fought at UFC on ESPN 43 in March when he defeated Tucker Lutz by second-round submission as a +180 underdog.
Miller set as an underdog against Gordon
One other notable bout on the main card this weekend is a lightweight fight featuring Jim Miller and Jared Gordon. Gordon is a -180 favorite and Miller is a +145 underdog.
Gordon is 4-2 with one no-contest in his last seven fights. His overall record stands at 19-6 and one no-contest, with six wins by KO and seven by submission. He last fought at UFC Fight Night 222 in April where a no-contest was declared in his fight against Bobby Green after an accidental clash of heads knocked out Gordon.
Miller is 35-17 and one no-contest with six wins by KO and 19 by submission He last fought at UFC Fight Night 219 in February when he lost to Alexander Hernandez by unanimous decision as a +170 underdog.