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The battle of Anthony Joshua, Tyson Fury in numbers

The battle of Anthony Joshua, Tyson Fury in numbers
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We take a look at the numbers associated with each fighter after the August bout in Saudi Arabia was confirmed.

Anthony Joshua will face fellow Briton Tyson Fury in a heavyweight unification fight in Saudi Arabia on August 14.

A two-fight deal between Joshua, who holds the WBA, IBF and WBO titles and Fury, the WBC champion, had already been agreed, but the date and venue have finally been confirmed.

Here, the PA news agency takes a look at the numbers associated with each fighter.

Anthony Joshua:

Anthony Joshua will look to defend his titles and add one more when he fights Tyson Fury
Anthony Joshua will look to defend his titles and add one more when he fights Tyson Fury (Nick Potts/PA)

Age: 31

Height: 6ft 6/198cm

Reach: 82 inches/208cm

Total fights: 25

Wins: 24

Losses: 1

Knockouts: 22

Rounds: 112

Last fight: 12/12/20 Joshua v Pulev.

Belts held: IBF, WBA, WBO

Tyson Fury:

Tyson Fury will be looking to add Joshua's title's to his own WBO title
Tyson Fury will be looking to add Joshua's title's to his own WBO title (Bradley Collyer/PA)

Age: 32

Height: 6ft 9/206cm

Reach: 85 inches/216cm

Total fights: 31

Wins: 30

Losses: 0

Knockouts: 21

Last fight: 22/02/20 Fury v Deontay Wilder.

Belts held: WBC

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Sunday's key events

· The men's golf reaches its conclusion, with plenty of players still in medal contention. Home favourite Hideki Matsuyama is one shot off Xander Schauffele's lead, while Great Britain's Paul Casey is another shot further back and Tommy Fleetwood is also in the mix (11.30pm-8am)

· Great Britain have already made history in the BMX events in Tokyo, something Charlotte Worthington and Declan Brooks will be looking to add to in the women's (2.10am) and men's (3.10am) freestyle finals

· The final day of swimming action begins with the men's 50m freestyle final. Ben Proud could add to a medal-laden Games in the pool for Team GB so far, although he is up against USA's Caeleb Dressel, who is going for his fourth gold in Tokyo (2.30am)
· From sprint to endurance, Great Britain's second medal hope of the day comes through Daniel Jervis in the men's 1500m freestyle final (2.44am)
· Team GB will again be among the heavy favourites for gold in the last swimming event of the Games - the men's 4x100m medley relay final - having won the mixed event in a world record time on Saturday (3.36am)

· Already guaranteed at least a bronze, Pat McCormack takes part in the men's welterweight semi-final against Ireland's Aidan Walsh with a spot in the gold medal final at stake (4.03am)
· Ben Whittaker is also in the semi-finals of the men's light heavyweight and will be looking to continue Team GB's success in the ring (4.51am)

· There will be a surprise on the top of the men's tennis podium after Novak Djokovic missed out on a medal altogether. Alexander Zverev takes on Karen Khachanov in the second match on Centre Court at the Ariake Tennis Park (7am-2pm)

· Alison Young will be going for gold in the women's laser radial medal race (7.33am)

· Team GB's Max Whitlock will look to defend his 2016 Olympic title in the men's pommel horse final (10.41am)

· The men's high jump final includes GB's Tom Gale, although his chances of a medal look bleak (11.10am)
· So often the blue-riband event of the Olympics, the men's 100m final takes place as the world's fastest bid to be crowned Usain Bolt's successor. Three Brits have made it into the semi-finals (11.15am-11.32am), and the final looks wide open after an underwhelming display by favourite Trayvon Bromell on Saturday (1.50pm)

· Great Britain face India in the men's quarter-final (1pm)

> Today's schedule in full
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