UFC odds for UFC Fight Night 170: Kevin Lee vs Charles Oliveira

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UFC odds for UFC Fight Night 170
The UFC odds for UFC Fight Night 170 featuring Kevin Lee vs Charles Olveira indicate this should be a close fight. (Photo credit: Sarah Stier-USA TODAY Sports)

As one sport after another is impacted by the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the plan as of now is for Saturday’s UFC Fight Night 170 card from Brazil to go on as scheduled behind closed doors. Let’s take a look at the current UFC odds for Saturday’s five-round main event in the lightweight division, Kevin Lee vs Charles Oliveira.

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UFC odds – Lee vs Oliveira moneyline

FighterUFC Fight Night 170 odds
Kevin Lee
Charles Oliveira

The latest Lee vs Oliveira odds for UFC Fight Night have Oliveira a slight underdog in his native Brazil.

At age 30, Oliveira is 28-8 for his MMA career and with a 16-8 record in 25 UFC fights — one of which was ruled a no contest. He enters UFC Fight Night 170 having won his last six fights.

Lee is 18-5 with a record of 11-5 in 16 UFC fights. He comes into his fight against Oliveira losing three of his last five fights.

UFC odds – Lee vs Oliveira method of victory

Lee vs Oliveira features two UFC fighters that have seen the majority of their wins come via submission.

Of his 28 career wins, Oliveira has won 18 times by submission. Lee owns eight of his 18 wins via submission.

Fighter – Method of victoryUFC odds
Kevin Lee by KO/TKO
Lee – Points
Lee – Submission
Draw
Charles Oliveira by KO/TKO
Oliveira – Points
Oliveira – Submission

Surprisingly, the UFC odds for this fight still offer value for that outcome.

Betting on either fighter to win by submission is +140 under the How the fight will end bet.

UFC Fight Night 170 is scheduled to take place Saturday, March 14, with ESPN/ESPN+ main card coverage set to begin at 3 p.m. ET. The fights will be held behind closed doors at Ginásio Nilson Nelson Gymnasium in Brasília, Brazil.

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