The countdown to the biggest night in British boxing for over a decade is nearly over as Dereck Chisora and David Haye make their final preparations for their mouthwatering match up at the Boleyn Ground on Saturday.

Tickets for the event have been in high demand with some sections of the ground nearly sold out. Boxing fans who have yet to get their tickets are advised to move quickly to avoid missing out on seeing who will take the spoils as the two heavyweights finally settle their differences in the ring.

Chisora, who beat Danny Williams at the Boleyn Ground in May 2010, is certainly one man who is excited about the event and he feels he is in perfect condition to deal with anything Haye throws at him on the night.

"I'm feeling good right now, I'm in a good place, mentally and physically," he said. "It's a big fight, a grudge match, people want to watch it. We're going to be wary of each other's power, it won't go the distance. It will be a great fight, a great event.

"Events like this only happen every 10 years - because of the calibre of the two fighters, the history between us. There will be 40,000-plus at the ground, millions watching on TV"

Tickets for the event can be purchased through the West Ham United Box Office. There are also limited hospitality packages available from just £150 - click here for more information on them.

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