This week’s Survivor Series will see “The Best of the Best” clash, in the words of WWE, as Team RAW and Team SmackDown battle for brand supremacy on the same night as the legendary Undertaker bids his final farewell to the WWE Universe.
As always, though, with Survivor Series, it’s incredibly difficult to call just who will emerge victorious on the night – which is part of the reason why Survivor Series is so exciting! So, as we gear up for the final ‘Big Four’ pay-per-view of the year, let’s run through the card and bring you all the odds. (Source of odds: Sports Betting Dime)
Fresh off of their successful title defence on this week’s WWE RAW, the red brand’s Tag Team Champions The New Day are set to take on SmackDown Tag Team Champions The Street Profits in what many may consider somewhat of a dream match – with the teams set to clash for the first time ever. This contest is pretty difficult to call, and the odds certainly reflect that, with both team being placed at -120, which is approximately evens.
One other match with identical odds to this one, which is almost as difficult to call, is Asuka vs Sasha Banks, with the RAW Women’s Champion the slight outsider at +120, or 1.2/1, also placed at -160, just over 1.5/1, for their clash.
If you’re looking to place a substantial bet on either of those matches, it probably wouldn’t be a wise choice financially, however, one area where business may be good for those who enjoy a punt is the clash of United States Champion Bobby Lashley vs Intercontinental Champion Sami Zayn. The Hurt Business’ CEO is well favoured at -325, roughly 1/3, while Zayn is a strong outsider at +215 or just over 2/1.
The Men’s and Women’s Survivor Series Matches may be the two people would traditionally expect to be much closer to call, with so many moving parts and the potential for quick-fire eliminations. However, in the Women’s Match, Team RAW – which is currently made up of Women’s Tag Team Champions Nia Jax and Shayna Baszler, Lana, and late replacements Lacey Evans and Peyton Royce – are currently outsiders at +130, or 1.3/1. Team SmackDown – which is thus far incomplete – is standing at -170, with Bianca Belair, Liv Morgan, Ruby Riott and two thus-far unnamed blue brand Superstars tipped to win.
The Men’s Survivor Series Elimination Match, by contrast, sees the team with all five members named looking less likely to win, albeit still placed as favourites. Team RAW – which sees self-appointed captain AJ Styles look to lead Sheamus, Riddle, Keith Lee and Braun Strowman to victory. With a team like that, odds of -180 may seem generous to those looking to place a bet at almost 2/1. However, with Team SmackDown again incomplete, the element of surprise is always of interest at +140, almost 1.5/1.
With Drew McIntyrewinning the WWE Championship on RAW, the odds for the Scotsman’s battle with Universal Champion Roman Reigns, The Big Dog is currently odds-on favourite at -200 with McIntyre at +150. This is a significant swing, though, from the previous odds before McIntyre was champion, as Randy Orton was the event’s biggest rank outsider at +333, just over 3/1, with Reigns looking strong favourite at -500, or 1/5.
WWE Survivor Series emanates live from the WWE ThunderDome on the WWE Network on Sunday, 22nd November at midnight UK time.
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