UNDEFEATED county star Josh Taylor is in the final stages of preparation for his World Boxing Super Series debut this weekend – with his first shot at a world title belt on the line.

The Prestonpans fighter, the current WBC Silver Super Lightweight champion, steps into the ring with his American rival Ryan Martin at the SSE Hydro in Glasgow on Saturday for the final quarter-final of the Super Series’ super lightweight competition.

Here's all you need to know about the fight:

What time is the fight?

Taylor and Martin headline the night at the SSE Hydro in Glasgow on Saturday and ringwalks are due to take place at about 10pm.

Can I buy tickets?

Yes, tickets are available here.

Can I watch it at home?

Yes, but not on regular TV channels. The fight can be watched live on the World Boxing Super Series YouTube channel here.

Who's on the undercard?

The main attraction on the undercard is another World Boxing Super Series quarter-final, this time in the bantamweight division, between Ryan Burnett and Nonito Donaire.

Former light-welterweight world champion Viktor Postol, who Taylor beat in his last fight, is also on the bill – the Ukrainian comes up against Siar Ozgul.

Who's going to win?

Taylor is the overwhelming favourite with the bookies to take down 25-year-old Martin.

Taylor, 27, told Courier Sport that he hadn’t seen a lot of Martin in action but was confident he could handle his Ohio-born opponent, who has never fought outside America.

However, Martin is no mug and like Taylor is undefeated in his professional boxing career, with a record of 22 wins from as many fights, 12 of them by knockout.

Taylor has nine fewer professional fights, having won all 13 of his contests, but has a much better percentage of knockouts, with only two of his fights having gone the distance.

What's at stake?

In terms of belts, the WBC Silver belt Taylor won from Ohara Davies and has since defended several times will be on offer for the winner.

The real prize, however, will be a shot at a world title belt for the winner, who will fight Belarussian Ivan Baranchyk in the semi-finals for the IBF crown.

How does the competition work?

The World Boxing Super Series features eight of the world's top boxers in a selected weight division and operates in an elimination fashion, meaning the winners of the four quarter-finals progress to the semi-finals, with the winners of those two fights reaching the final.

Its inaugural season in 2017-18 saw competition in cruiserweight – where Ukrainian Oleksandr Usyk was victorious to become undisputed world champion – and super middleweight – which featured an all-British final, with Callum Smith knocking out George Groves.

Super lightweight is one of the chosen division for the 2018-19 season.

All four world champions at the weight were eligible to take part but neither WBC champion Jose Ramirez nor WBO king Maurice Hooker are entered.

WBA world champion Kiryl Relikh of Belarus has entered and defeated Russia's Eduard Troyanovsky in his quarter-final – he will now face New Orleans' Regis Prograis, the interim WBC champion, who beat Britain's Terry Flanagan in his quarter-final.

Taylor's fight with Martin is the last remaining quarter-final to take place in the weight division. The winner will face Ivan Baranchyk, who defeated Sweden's Anthony Yigit to claim the vacant IBF world crown.

Baranchyk stated in the aftermath of his win over Yigit that he expects Taylor to defeat Martin and be his semi-final opponent.

The way the competition works means that the overall winner will end us as both IBF and WBA world champion, as well as winning the Muhammad Ali Trophy awarded to the winner.

Taylor was seeded second for the tournament behind Prograis, who is expected to be his biggest rival to win the competition.

What has Taylor said in the build-up?

Taylor is still riding high following an impressive victory over Ukrainian Viktor Postol in April and doesn’t anticipate any difficulties in disposing of his opponent.

He believes he is in the best shape of his professional career – he is undefeated in his 13 fights and is aiming to maintain that record at the Hydro, a venue he now calls “my home”.

The ‘Tartan Tornado’ will be using the home advantage on Saturday, stating that “there’s no way there’s going to be anyone beating me in the Hydro, definitely not”.