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Bookmakers’ favourite Callum Smith reached the last four of the World Boxing Super Series with a points win over Erik Skoglund at Liverpool’s Echo Arena.

Smith won unanimously – the scorecards read 116-112, 117-110 and 117-111 – but in his pro career, nobody has pushed him harder than the Swede did in a good contest for the WBC Diamond belt that was fought at a good pace and good spirit throughout.

There were several shifts, with Smith starting better, then Skoglund coming back to narrow the gap.

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