UFC Sydney is here, and it goes down tonight (Saturday, November 18th, 2017) from the Qudos Bank Arena in Sydney, Australia.

The main card will air on FOX Sports 1 at 10 p.m. ET while the preliminary card will be split broadcasted on FOX Sports 1 at 8 p.m. ET and the promotion’s streaming service, UFC Fight Pass, at 6:30 p.m. ET. The event will mark the promotion’s fifth visit to Sydney, and first since UFC Fight Night: Rockhold vs. Bisping in November 2014.

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Fabricio Werdum vs. Marcin Tybura in a heavyweight bout will serve as the main event while Jessy Rose-Clark vs. Bec Rawlings in a female flyweight bout will be the co-main event.

Rounding out the six bout main card is Belal Muhammad vs. Tim Means in a welterweight bout, Jake Matthews vs. Bojan Velickovic in a welterweight bout, Dan Kelly vs. Elias Theodorou in a middleweight bout, Alex Volkanovski vs. Shane Young in a featherweight bout.

According to oddsmakers Werdum, is a -360 favorite over Tybura, who is a +300 underdog. Other odds for the main card include Clark being a +135 underdog against Rawlings, who is a -155 favorite. Here are the full betting odds:

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MAIN CARD (FOX Sports 1/10 p.m. ET)

Fabricio Werdum (-360) vs. Marcin Tybura (+300)
Bec Rawlings (-155) vs. Jessica-Rose Clark (+135)
Tim Means (-235) vs. Belal Muhammad (+195)
Jake Matthews (-145) vs. Bojan Velickovic (+125)
Elias Theodorou (-250) vs. Daniel Kelly (+210)
Alex Volkanovski (-600) vs. Shane Young (+450)

PRELIMINARY CARD (FOX Sports 1/8 p.m. ET)

Ryan Benoit (-255) vs. Ashkan Mokhtarian (+215)
Will Brooks (-570) vs. Nik Lentz (+435)
Adam Wieczorek (-155) vs. Anthony Hamilton (+135)
Frank Camacho (-130) vs. Damien Brown (+110)
Nadia Kassem (-150) vs. Alex Chambers (+130)
Eric Shelton (-350) vs. Jenel Lausa (+290)
Tai Tuivasa (-165) vs. Rashad Coulter (+145)

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