There are plenty of interesting fights to bet Saturday night when UFC 253 is held at Fight Island in Abu Dhabi. Here are a few potential money-making angles:

Main event: Israel Adesanya -182 vs. Paulo Costa +150 (middleweights) — It’s a battle of young, undefeated phenoms in a division that has experienced a rapid rotation of champions. The incumbent champ, Adesanya, never has been an underdog in his UFC career and won’t be one Saturday. However, his price will be one of the most affordable we’ve seen for him on his perfect streak.

Neither he nor Costa ever has landed an offensive takedown in the octagon, so we should expect a standing duel. It pits Adesanya’s elusiveness against Costa’s aggressive style of brawling. Costa is willing to eat punches on his way to landing damage, which usually works for him. But it’s all the more reason to expect Adesanya’s massive reach advantage to aid him in a high-movement, counter-striking strategy. For two guys who normally deliver fantastic finishes, we might actually get to see them fight it out for several rounds.

Picks: Adesanya and Over 2.5 rounds.

Co-main event: Dominick Reyes -278 vs. Jan Blachowicz +225 (light heavyweights) — It’s the first of two title fights on the night and the first time in a long while that a league-compliant Jon Jones is not the presumed champ. Reyes was the last man to challenge Jones for the light-heavyweight title, and he surprised some by winning the early rounds against the champion.

While the late-career surge Blachowicz has displayed is certainly impressive, it was pieced together on the backs of some opponents past their prime or at least not known for durability. Reyes is much younger and more resilient, and his offense is technical enough to have beaten Jones for at least 10 minutes. Blachowicz will of course have the puncher’s chance, but it’s unlikely he can win a five-rounder, and at some point his durability will start to fade.

Recommendations: Lean is Reyes, but his price can’t climb much further. Fight does “Not Go to Decision.”

Ketlen Vieira -200 vs. Sijara Eubanks +165 (women’s bantamweights) — This matchup has been slapped together after an ongoing rotation of late fight replacements and fight-card swaps. Vieira, in theory, has been ready to go for weeks, having been slated for several cards dating back to July. Having just lost her most recent opponent last week, she now will face Eubanks on short notice. Since opening as a bigger favorite, Vieira’s price has become more affordable.

Vieira has faced stiffer competition, and while Eubanks is known for athleticism and grappling, Vieira’s record includes more impressive submissions and wins over physically strong (and highly ranked) opposition. The numbers give Vieira the edge in a fight that could see lots of ground scrambles.

Pick: Vieira at moneyline prices, but no more expensive than than -200.