Novak Djokovic is overwhelming favourite to beat John Isner in Saturday's semi-finals of the BNP Paribas Open in Indian Wells.
As defending champion, the odds on Djokovic have been far from generous right from the start of the tournament and after reaching the semi-finals having dropped just one set, that isn't about to start changing.
He's 1/9 to win this one with Paddy Power and that's not going to yield decent returns for anyone so we suggest looking at the set betting.
Djokovic is 4/11
to win in straight sets, again with Paddy Power which is slightly better value but given the home crowd and Isner's serving ability, it may be worth having a flutter on the American pinching a set.
Djokovic leads the head-to-head 2-0 but Isner took him to five sets in the Davis Cup two years ago so it's not such a wild idea and you can get Djokovic to win in three at 4/1
with William Hill.
And if you really fancy a gamble then you can get 12/1 with bet365 on Isner to win in three and reach his first career Masters final.