Monday, 24 November 2014

Where To Bet On WWE Tables, Ladders & Chairs 2014

Now that Survivor Series is complete, it's time to look ahead to World Wrestling Entertainment's final pay-per-view of 2014.

Tables, Ladders & Chairs will take place from the Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland on December 14th, so we only have less than three weeks to work out where betting odds for the show will be available in the days leading up to the show.

Here's a list of bookmakers that offered WWE betting for the Survivor Series.

5Dimes Casino & Sportsbook

The 5Dimes Casino & Sportsbook is usually the first port of call when it comes to finding WWE match markets. 
The company has been offering WWE betting odds for many years and did not disappoint its customers for Survivor Series.
Prices for the events are usually up early in the week leading up to a show. The firm first placed odds up for Survivor Series late Tuesday / early Wednesday morning GMT. However, for Night of Champions and Hell in a Cell, odds had been published as early as right after Raw in the early hours of Tuesday.

When they are available, you'll find them in the 'Other Sports' category of the betting board at 5Dimes.com.

Sky Bet

Sky Bet has been offering WWE fans the opportunity to wager on pay-per-view match outcomes for quite a while now.
The company was the second to publish betting odds for Survivor Series. The markets for the show were initially brought out on the Thursday evening before the event.

When they are up, WWE prices can be found under 'Wrestling' on the sportsbook menu at SkyBet.com. You can also follow the following direct link to Sky Bet's Wrestling Page.

Paddy Power

Paddy Power is another company that has been continuously offering betting opportunities on WWE pay-per-views.
Paddy Power's Survivor Series markets were initially published on the Friday evening before the event. This was surprisingly late for the company as they tend to be at least the second place to expect WWE match markets.
To be fair, I believe the late publication of odds may have been more to do with the poor build up to the event with matches being announced later than usual. With that in mind, it's possible that Tables, Ladders & Chairs betting odds COULD be available around the Tuesday/Wednesday in the week leading up to showtime. Failing that, they should be up by Friday evening.

When published, you'll find WWE markets under 'Sports Novelties' on PaddyPower.com. Alternatively, you can follow this link to Paddy Power's WWE Betting Page.

Ladbrokes

Ladbrokes, one of Britain's most popular bookmakers, has had WWE match markets for some of the events that have taken place in 2014 and were around for WWE Survivor Series.
However, Ladbrokes' betting odds for the event only saw the light of day on the evening of the show, so it's probably best to keep checking the website if it's a few days before Tables, Ladders & Chairs and nothing is there.

If Ladbrokes does open a book on TLC, they can be easily found under 'Wrestling' on the A-Z menu of the sportsbook at Ladbrokes.com
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A host of other bookmakers have offered WWE betting over the years, but the above four were the only ones to publish lines for the most recent pay-per-view.

We might see other companies decide to resume WWE betting as we head closer to WrestleMania season, but I'm unsure whether they'll be out in force for TLC. I'm hoping to see a pick-up in January with the Royal Rumble.

If you're looking for other bookmakers in the hope they do decide to offer customers WWE Tables, Ladders & Chairs betting, I suggest having a look at BetOnWrestling.co.uk as the website has a list of betting firms that have offered WWE betting markets in the past

I hope this has been of some help, good luck with your wagers.

More On The Ambrose/Wyatt Odds

The Dean Ambrose versus Bray Wyatt odds have been flip-flopping in the latter stages of betting.

When I compiled the list of betting favourites, Ambrose was the weakest favourite of the five. Since publishing the post, Bray Wyatt has moved back into the role of fave.

WWE Survivor Series 2014 Betting Favourites

Here are the Survivor Series betting favourites ranked in order of strength.

The Miz and Damien Mizdow
Nikki Bella
Team Alicia Fox
Team Cena
Dean Ambrose

The above names are favourites at 5Dimes.com,

Survivor Series 2014 Betting Odds From 5Dimes

Here are the WWE Survivor Series 2014 betting odds as of 12:30am GMT and after apparent smart money might have been wagered on some of the outcomes.

Team Cena -1,500
Team Authority +700

Dean Ambrose -160
Bray Wyatt +120

Nikki Bella -2,750
AJ Lee +1,250

Gold & Stardust +1,500
The Usos +2,000
The Miz & Damien Mizdow -2,750
Los Matadores +2,000

Team Fox -1,750
Team  Paige +850

Pay close attention to the odds for the Dean Ambrose versus Bray Wyatt match. I sense this one could be a non-finish (could this be the one that will involve Sting?).

Odds correct as of 12:30am and taken from 5Dimes.com.

Odds Update

There appears to have been a number of Survivor Series odds changes within the past few minutes.

Here are the most notable shifts:


  • Nikki Bella has moved from -245 to -2,750
  • The Miz & Mizdow went from -475 to -2,750
  • Team Fox is -1,500 after being -245 previously
  • Team Cena now -900, but had been -600
I will return with another update soon.

5Dimes' Survivor Series 2014 Betting Odds As Of 12AM GMT

Here are the 5Dimes Sportsbook's WWE Survivor Series 2014 betting odds as of midnight

Team Cena -600
Team Authority +400

Dean Ambrose +110
Bray Wyatt -150

Nikki Bella -245
AJ Lee +175

Gold & Stardust +425
The Usos +600
The Miz & Damien Mizdow -475
Los Matadores +700

Team Fox -245
Team Paige +175

John Cena to score the win for his team +110
Any other main event result -150

There does not appear to be any smart money placed on any of the results at this moment.

Sunday, 23 November 2014

Ladbrokes' WWE Survivor Series 2014 Betting Odds As Of 22:25 GMT

Here are the WWE Survivor Series 2014 betting odds currently up at Ladbrokes.com

Team Cena 1/5
Team Authority 3/1

Dean Ambrose 8/11
Bray Wyatt EVENS

Nikki Bella 2/5
AJ Lee 7/4

Gold & Stardust 5/2
The Usos 9/2
The Miz & Damien Mizdow 1/2
Los Matadores 12/1

Team Fox 5/6
Team Paige 5/6

I'm unsure of an actual time that these markets will close. If you would like to bet on them, they can be found under 'Wrestling' on the sportsbook menu at Ladbrokes.com

Paddy Power's WWE Survivor Series Betting Odds As Of 22:20

Here are the WWE Survivor Series 2014 betting odds currently up at PaddyPower.com

Team Cena 1/5
Team Authority 3/1

Dean Ambrose 4/7
Bray Wyatt 5/4

Nikki Bella 1/3
AJ Lee 2/1

Gold & Stardust 15/8
The Usos 9/1
The Miz & Damien Mizdow 4/9
Los Matadores 18/1

Team Fox 5/6
Team Paige 5/6

These markets are set to close at 11pm, so this might be the last call for customers looking to wager on tonight's show.

Odds correct as of 10:20pm and taken from Paddy Power's WWE Betting Page.

5Dimes' WWE Survivor Series 2014 Betting Odds As Of 22:00 GMT

Here are 5Dimes' WWE Survivor Series 2014 betting odds as of 10pm GMT.

Team Cena -350
Team Authority +250

John Cena wins for his team -195
Any other result +155

Dean Ambrose -170
Bray Wyatt +130

Nikki Bella -300
AJ Lee +220

Gold & Stardust +190
The Usos +210
The Miz & Damien Mizdow -190
Los Matadores +350

Team Fox -125
Team Paige -115

Sky Bet's WWE Survivor Series Odds As Of 21:35 GMT Sunday

Here are Sky Bet's WWE Survivor Series 2014 betting odds as of 9:35pm GMT.

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The market can be found under 'Wrestling' on the SkyBet.com sportsbook menu.

Ladbrokes Publishes WWE Survivor Series 2014 Betting Odds

Customers of Ladbrokes.com can now place bets on tonight's WWE Survivor Series pay-per-view after the sportsbook published odds for the event this evening.

The firm is accepting wagers on five of the matches scheduled to take place on the main card.

Team Alicia Fox have been given even odds to win against Paige's Survivor Series team (8/11).

WWE Divas Champion, AJ Lee, has been given unlikely odds to win her match. She is currently 7/4 while her challenger - Nikki Bella - is 2/5.

In betting for the WWE Tag Team Championship fatal 4-way, The Miz & Damien Mizdow have been installed as 8/13 favourites. Current champions, Gold & Stardust are second-favourites with a price of 7/4, next on the list are The Usos at 5/1 and Los Matadores trail at 12/1.

Bray Wyatt is a 4/5 favourite to win against Dean Ambrose (10/11).

The traders have given Team Cena very short 1/6 odds to be victorious against Team Authority. If you're looking to back the heels, you can get them at a decent 7/2.

Ladbrokes' WWE markets are found under 'Wrestling' on the sports menu at Ladbrokes.com.

Here is a review of Ladbrokes along with a new customer offer of a free £100 bet

Survivor Series 2014 Closing Times

With there only being three online bookmakers taking bets on tonight's Survivor Series, I thought I would do a quick post informing you of the times each sportsbook is planning to close their WWE books.

Paddy Power

Time: PaddyPower.com is scheduled to take final bets just before 11pm. However, last month they were taken down earlier than that.
Where: You can find Survivor Series odds by following this link to Paddy Power's WWE Betting Page.

Sky Bet

Time: SkyBet.com is planning to close its book at 1am. It's worth noting that they might be taken down some time this evening for re-adjustment.
Where: You'll find WWE markets under 'Wrestling' on the sportsbook menu. You can also follow this link to Sky Bet's Wrestling Page.

Ladbrokes

Time: Ladbrokes.com has the match markets set to close at 7pm. As we're past that time, I am unsure when they'll be taken down.
Where: Ladbrokes' Survivor Series markets can be found under 'Wrestling' on the sportsbook menu at Ladbrokes.com

5Dimes Sportsbook

Time: 5Dimes.com will more than likely have the match markets up right up until the bell sounds for that particular match.
Where: WWE odds are found under 'Pro Wrestling' in the 'Other Sports' section of the betting board at 5Dimes.com

Sunday's Survivor Series 2014 Daytime Betting At 5Dimes

In this post, I'll go through each of tonight's Survivor Series bouts and point out what the Sunday daytime bettors have been wagering on at 5Dimes.com

Team Fox .vs. Team Paige

There has been no change since I looked at the market for this match earlier this morning. Team Fox remains outsiders with a line of +140 (2.40 EU, 7/5 UK) while their opponents are -180 (1.56 EU, 5/9 UK).

Fatal 4-Way

When I last checked in the money had started going the way of The Miz and Damien Mizdow.
Gold & Stardust were originally -110, but have now turned into +130 (2.30 EU, 13/10 UK) underdogs.
Despite the champions' odds changing - the remaining three teams remain as they were this morning: Miz/Mizdow -130, The Usos +210 and Los Matadores +350.

Dean Ambrose .vs. Bray Wyatt

The daytime bettors have gone with Wyatt here. His odds have gone from +150 to +115 (2.15 EU, 23/20 UK). Even though the Sunday money has been going the way of Wyatt, Ambrose remains favoured with a price of -155 (1.65 EU. 20/31 UK).

AJ Lee .vs. Nikki Bella

No change since this morning. AJ is +220 and Bella is -300.

Team Cena .vs. Team Authority

Team Authority's odds have dropped from +420 to +350 (4.50 EU, 5/2 UK). Cena's side are still favoured, but have moved from -650 to -530 (1.19 EU, 10/53 UK).

I will continue making sporadic visits to the betting markets all three bookmaking websites throughout the evening.

If you are using a computer or laptop, you can keep an eye on the odds with BetOnWrestling.co.uk's Live WWE Betting Page.

The Best Survivor Series Odds From Domestic Bookmakers As Of 11:43AM BST

In this post, I'll show you what the best available prices are from the two domestic bookmakers offering WWE Survivor Series 2014 betting opportunities.

Team Alicia Fox vs Team Paige

The only website out of Paddy Power and Sky Bet to have prices marked up for this match is PaddyPower.com.

Team Alicia Fox is 11/10 while Paige's faction is 4/6.

Fatal 4-Way for the WWE Tag Team Championships

Gold & Stardust are 6/4 at both Paddy Power and SkyBet.com
The Miz & Damien Mizdow are 6/4 with Sky Bet
The Usos are 7/2 with Sky Bet
Los Matadores are 12/1 with Paddy Power

AJ Lee vs Nikki Bella for the WWE Divas Championship

AJ Lee is 2/1 with Paddy Power. Her challenger is a best priced 4/9 with Sky Bet.

Dean Ambrose vs Bray Wyatt

Ambrose is 8/13 with Paddy Power. Bray Wyatt is 11/8 with Sky Bet.

Team Cena vs Team Authority

The best Team Cena price on offer is the 1/3 with Sky Bet. The best price on a Team Authority win is the 11/4 with Paddy Power.

Prices correct as of 11:43am GMT and can be found on Sky Bet's Wrestling Page or Paddy Power's WWE Betting Pages.

The Miz & Mizdow Favourites In Sky Bet Survivor Series 2014 Betting

Sky Bet added odds for tonight's fatal 4-way match to its Survivor Series betting page late last night.

When these odds were initially drawn up, Gold & Stardust were favourites with a price of 8/11. Since then, the betting has gone in favour of The Miz & Mizdow.

The duo were originally pencilled in at 9/4, but are now 6/4 with the firm.

Gold & Stardust are now second-favourites at 6/4 with The Usos (7/2) and Los Matadores (10/1) trailing behind.

Sky Bet's 6/4 price for Miz/Mizdow is the best available from the European-based betting offices.

Odds taken from SkyBet.com.


First Look At Sunday Morning's Survivor Series Betting Odds From 5Dimes

I made a Sunday morning browse through the WWE Survivor Series 2014 betting odds available at 5Dimes.com and noticed two things worth drawing attention to.

Betting for the fatal 4-way appears to have gone the way of The Miz & Damien Mizdow overnight. When I checked in with the sportsbook last night, the pair were +150 on the board. They are now -130 (1.77 EU, 10/13 UK).

Current WWE Tag Team Champions, Gold & Stardust, are now -110 (1.91 EU, 10/11 UK), so it's close between those two teams.

With the possible Survivor Series appearance by Sting making the news yesterday, odds for Team Cena to leave St. Louis with a win in the main event moved drastically. At one point, they had gone from -530 to -1,200. However, things did start going the way of Team Authority by late yesterday evening.

Since that time, Team Authority's odds have gone from +500 to +420 (5.20 EU, 21/5 UK) with Cena's group shifting from -900 to -650 (1.15 EU, 2/13 UK).

Here's how the betting board looked as of this morning:

Team Cena -650 US, 1.15 EU, 2/13 UK
Team Authority +420 US, 5.20 EU, 21/5 UK

John Cena wins for his team -125 US, 1.80 EU, 4/5 UK
Any other result -115 US, 1.87 EU, 20/23 UK

AJ Lee +220 US, 3.20 EU, 11/5 UK
Nikki Bella -300 US, 1.33 EU, 1/3 UK

Team Alicia Fox +140 US, 2.40 EU, 7/5 UK
Team Paige -180 US, 1.56 EU, 5/9 UK

Dean Ambrose -190 US, 1.53 EU, 10/19 UK
Bray Wyatt +150 US, 2.50 EU, 6/4 UK

Gold & Stardust -110 US, 1.91 EU, 10/11 UK
The Field vs Gold & Stardust -130 EU, 1.77 EU, 10/13 UK

Miz & Mizdow -130 US, 1.77 EU, 10/13 UK
The Usos +210 US, 3.10 EU, 21/10 UK
Los Matadores +350 US, 4.50 EU, 7/2 UK

5Dimes' WWE Survivor Series odds can be found under 'Other Sports' on the betting board at 5Dimes.com

Saturday, 22 November 2014

Survivor Series Saturday Evening Betting At 5Dimes

Following on from this afternoon, where Team Cena's odds moved from -530 to -1,200 - it now appears the bettors are drawing their attention to Team Authority.

The heel team is now priced at +500 (6.00 EU, 5/1 UK), a short drop from the +600 they were when Team Cena found themselves at -1,200 with 5Dimes.com.

Team Cena can now be found at -900 (1.11 EU, 1/9 UK).

Here are the other changes since I last checked in with the sportsbook:

  • AJ Lee has dropped from +205 to +170 (2.70 EU, 17/10 UK)
  • Team Paige have been backed from -120 to -150 (1.67 EU, 4/6 UK)
  • Bray Wyatt dipped from +140 to +120 (2.20 EU, 6/5 UK)

I will revisit 5Dimes early tomorrow morning to note any more odds changes. 




Additional Survivor Series Betting Opportunities At 5Dimes

The 5Dimes Sportsbook has priced up individual odds for the teams set to wrestle in the fatal 4-way for the WWE Tag Team Championships at tomorrow night's Survivor Series.

When the market for the match was initially opened, customers only had the option to wager on 'Gold & Stardust' or 'The Field'. With the additional three options, they can now bet on 'The Miz & Damien Mizdow', 'The Usos' or 'Los Matadores'.

Here are the odds as they were at 6:20pm GMT:

Gold & Stardust +100 US, 2.00 EU, EVENS UK
The Field vs Gold & Stardust -140 US, 1.71 EU, 5/7 UK

Miz & Mizdow +150 US, 2.50 EU, 6/4 UK
The Usos +180 US, 2.80 EU, 9/5 UK
Los Matadores +300 US, 4.00 EU, 3/1 UK


5Dimes Adds Survivor Series 2014 Main Event Prop Bet

The 5Dimes Sportsbook has added a prop bet to the board for tomorrow night's WWE Survivor Series pay-per-view.

Customers have the opportunity to wager on how the main event will finish. They can either bet 'John Cena gets the win for his team' or 'Any other result'.

The option for bettors to wager on John Cena scoring the decision has been given favourable odds of -180 (1.56 EU, 5/9 UK) while the other choice is +140 (2.40 EU, 7/5 UK).


Team Fox .Vs. Team Paige Added

The Survivor Series elimination match which will be contested between Alicia Fox's and Paige's teams has now been added to the betting board at 5Dimes.com.

The sportsbook has given both sides odds of -120 (1.83 EU, 5/6 UK), so it's technically a pick 'em at this early stage.

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Odds correct as of time of publishing. For the latest, check out the betting board at 5Dimes.com.

Team Cena Now -1,200

A little over two-and-a-half hours ago, I published a post looking at the betting odds for tomorrow night's main event. In it, I noted a rumour that Sting would make his WWE debut at the Survivor Series did not seem to have made any difference in the price changes. However, I did end the post noting how we might end up seeing the main event betting market change as the rumour continued to build.

We might be at that point.

Since my last post, the odds for Team Cena have gone from -530 to -1,200 (1.08 EU, 1/12 UK) at 5Dimes.com.

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Despite the apparent love for Team Cena on the off-shore sportsbook, our local bookies have gone in the other direction.

PaddyPower.com and SkyBet.com both had the faction at 1/5 this afternoon. However, as of the time of publishing, Paddy Power's odds have moved to a slightly improved 2/7. This indicates that Team Authority - who have moved from 3/1 to 9/4 - are the European bettors' Saturday daytime betting favourites.

A Sting Factor?

If the rumour is true - Sting will make his long awaited World Wrestling Entertainment debut at Survivor Series tomorrow night.

I first read about the possible appearance this morning before looking at the Survivor Series betting odds at 5Dimes.com, PaddyPower.com and SkyBet.com. I immediately went to check whether the news had played any impact in the betting markets specific to the main event.

The first port of call was the 5Dimes lines. In this morning's update, I noted how the odds for Team Authority had dipped slightly.

It's difficult to determine why the wrestling fans decided to punt on the heel team last night. As a stab in the dark, I'd guess it was customers were backing Team Authority due to the new stipulation that all the members of Team Cena, apart for Cena himself, will be fired should they lose.

If John Cena isn't getting fired, they could work out storyline reasons to bring back his team-mates by Monday.

On this side of the pond, the price for the main event told a conflicting story with both Paddy Power and Sky Bet.

When I checked the markets at both sportsbooks at 11:22pm GMT yesterday, Team Cena was 1/4 with Sky Bet while Paddy Power had them at a less-favourable 1/6. Team Authority, on the other hand, were 11/4 with Sky and 7/2 with Paddy Power.

At 11am this morning, Sky Bet had Cena's faction priced 1/5 with Team Authority 100/30. Over at Paddy Power, the babyfaces were 1/4 with their opponents 5/2.

The only thing I can draw from these changes is that the customers simply took the best prices available to them. 

It's worth noting that Paddy Power odds for Team Cena have since come into line with Sky Bet's 1/5.

We might get to the point where the bettors start handicapping how the show will end and whether the direction the company goes with Sting will play a part, but as of right now - I'm sensing the rumour is having no impact whatsoever.

5Dimes' WWE Survivor Series 2014 Odds For Saturday Morning

Here are some notes regarding the WWE Survivor Series 2014 betting odds at 5Dimes.com.

- There hasn't been any change in the Dean Ambrose vs Bray Wyatt market. Ambrose remains at -180 (1.56 EU, 5/9 UK), his opponent is +140 (2.40 EU, 7/5 UK).

- AJ Lee's price has dipped slightly. She was +170 last night and is now +160 (2.60 EU, 8/5 UK). On the other side of the match betting - Nikki Bella moved from -230 to -210 (1.48 EU, 10/21 UK)

- When I last checked in twelve hours ago, the fatal 4-way odds had Gold & Stardust -140 and 'The Field' at +100. The Friday night wagers have evidently gone the way of The Usos, Miz & Mizdow and Los Matadores as their odds are now -110 (1.91 EU, 10/11). However, the current champions are still favoured with a line of -130 (1.77 EU, 10/13 UK).

- Team Authority's price has dropped from +370 to +350 (4.50 EU, 7/2 UK). Their opponents, Team Cena, are now -530 (1.19 EU, 10/53 UK). This is a change from -560.

Odds correct as of 11am and taken from 5Dimes' Betting Board.

Friday, 21 November 2014

5Dimes' Survivor Series 2014 Betting Odds As Of 23:00 GMT Friday

Here are the WWE Survivor Series 2014 betting odds currently available at 5Dimes.com

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There have been no changes in the Dean Ambrose vs Bray Wyatt and Tag Team Championship markets since this morning.

Nikki Bella has been backed from -180 in wagering on the WWE Divas Championship match.

The main event money has evidently gone the way of Team Cena, who were -400 this morning.

I shall return tomorrow noting any changes that have occurred overnight.

Odds correct as of 11pm GMT. For the latest, check out the betting board at 5Dimes.com.

28th Annual Survivor Series Betting Odds Now Available At Paddy Power

The Irish betting firm, Paddy Power, has published betting odds for this Sunday's WWE Survivor Series pay-per-view over at PaddyPower.com.

The bookie is accepting wagers on the five matches announced for the main card.

The market for the Divas Survivor Series elimination tag team match has opened with the team made up of Alicia Fox, Emma, Naomi and Natalya favoured over the side captained by Paige.

Team Alicia Fox is 4/7 while Paige, Summer Rae, Layla & Cameron are 5/4.

The oddsmakers have also given individual prices for the teams set to square-off for the WWE Tag Team Championship under fatal 4-way rules.

Current champions, Gold & Stardust have been given 4/6 odds. Next on the list are: The Usos (3/1), The Miz & Damien Mizdow (7/2) and Los Matadores (11/1) respectively.

The WWE Divas Championship market sees the challenger - Nikki Bella - as favourite. She is priced at 4/9 with AJ Lee 13/8.

Dean Ambrose has been set at 8/15 to win his fight against Bray Wyatt. Customers looking to back the leader of the Wyatt Family (or should that be former leader of the Wyatt Family?) can find him priced at 11/8.

The main event - which sees Team Cena go up against Team Authority has opened with the latter as 7/2 underdogs. Team Cena - who will all get fired should they lose this match - is a short 1/6.

Paddy Power now becomes the third bookmaker to publish odds for Sunday's show.

Paddy Power's Survivor Series betting odds can be found by following this direct link to Paddy Power's WWE Betting Page.

No Change In Sky Bet's Survivor Series 2014 Betting Markets

There has been no change in Sky Bet's WWE Survivor Series 2014 match markets since odds for Sunday's pay-per-view were first published yesterday evening.



Prices are correct as of 11am GMT. 

5Dimes' Survivor Series 2014 Odds From 11pm Thursday To 11am Friday

It has been twelve hours since I last checked in with the WWE Survivor Series 2014 betting markets at 5Dimes.com. In this post, I'll look at the slight changes that have occurred in the odds for each match.

Prices for the WWE Tag Team Championship fatal 4-way were first published yesterday. At 11pm GMT last night, the current champs - Gold & Stardust were  -190 favourites with any of the three other teams in the match, represented as 'The Field' marked at +150.

Gold & Stardust are currently -140 (1.71 EU, 5/7 UK) with The Field +100 (2.00 EU, EVENS UK). The change here points to the Thursday night bettors placing wagers on the three teams rather than the titleholders.

Another title match which has seen the action going in the way of the outsider has been in betting on the WWE Divas Championship.

Current champion, AJ Lee, had been +170 since around 11pm GMT on Wednesday night. The price had remained stationary throughout Thursday, but has since dropped to +140 (2.40 EU, 7/5 UK). In the same period, Lee's challenger for the belt - Nikki Bella - has gone from -230 to -180 (1.56 EU, 5/9 UK).

The trend where underdogs have been backed continued in the market for the Dean Ambrose versus Bray Wyatt fixture on Sunday's card.

Similar to the aforementioned Divas match, Ambrose has moved from -230 to -180 while his opponent has gone from +170 to +140.

The only evidence pointing to a market where favourites have been backed has been in wagering on the main event.

Team Cena had been -300 on last night's final visit to 5Dimes' betting board. They're now -400 (1.25 EU, 1/4 UK). Team Authority has drifted from +220 to +280 (3.80 EU, 14/5 UK) in the same time.

There's nothing to draw into these lines other than to suggest bettors are taking the underdogs, or - in the case of the main event - wrestling fans are expecting The Authority to be no more following Sunday's match.

Odds correct as of 11am GMT. For the latest, check out the betting board at 5Dimes.com


Thursday, 20 November 2014

5Dimes' WWE Survivor Series Betting Odds As Of 23:00 GMT Thursday

Here are the WWE Survivor Series betting odds currently available at the 5Dimes Sportsbook.

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I will return tomorrow morning looking at any changes that have occurred overnight.



Sky Bet's WWE Survivor Series 2014 Betting Markets Now Open

WWE Survivor Series wagers can now be placed by Sky Bet customers after the betting company published odds for this Sunday's pay-per-view on its website SkyBet.com.

As of this evening, the British betting firm is only accepting wagers on three of the matches on the card. They are: the Divas Championship bout, the grudge battle which sees Dean Ambrose take on Bray Wyatt and the main event traditional Survivor Series match-up between Team Cena and Team Authority.

Nikki Bella is 4/9 to win her match against current Divas Champ, AJ Lee. If you're looking to back Lee to win and retain, you can find her at odds of 13/8.

Ambrose has been given a 8/13 price to score the victory in his match with Bray Wyatt. A punt on Wyatt is 6/5.

Now that there has been an added stipulation that Team Cena's members will be fired if they were to lose on Sunday, the prices reflect that the oddsmakers are expecting the babyfaces to leave the event as victors.

Team Cena have been set at 1/4 with Team Authority available at 11/4.

I will publish updates on odds and addition of more matches as we head closer to the pay-per-view. It's worth noting that these markets are tentatively set to close at 1am on Monday morning.

Odds correct at the time of publishing. For the latest, check out Sky Bet's Wrestling Betting Page.

Fatal 4-Way Added To 5Dimes' Survivor Series Coverage

Odds for the WWE Tag Team Championship match at this Sunday's WWE Survivor Series have now been added to the betting board at 5Dimes.com.

The match will see Gold & Stardust defend their titles in a fatal 4-way against the teams of The Usos, Los Matadores and The Miz & Damien Mizdow.

Customers have the option to wager on either Gold & Stardust or 'The Field'.

As of the time of posting, the titleholders are -230 (1.43 EU, 10/23 UK) with The Field +170 (2.70 EU, 17/10 UK).

This addition now means there are four matches to bet on at 5Dimes.

I will return later this evening with a look at the prices for the rest of the card.

Bray Wyatt & Team Authority Drift

The only interesting changes in WWE Survivor Series betting since I checked last night has been for Bray Wyatt and Team Authority.

It's evident that Team Cena and Dean Ambrose have been backed in their respective markets.

Team Authority had been +250 when I last observed the odds. They're now up slightly to +300 (4.00 EU, 3/1 UK) with Cena's squad going from -350 to -420 (1.24 EU, 5/21 UK).

Bray Wyatt, who had been priced at -110, is now out at +140 (2.40 EU, 7/5 UK). His opponent is now -180 (1.56 EU, 5/9 UK) after having been -130 at around 11pm GMT yesterday.

There has been no change in betting for the WWE Divas Championship match.

AJ Lee remains a +170 (2.70 EU, 17/10 UK) outsider with the challenger, Nikki Bella, -230 (1.43 EU, 10/23 UK).

I'm hoping to see more sportsbooks publish WWE odds over the next few hours. There will be updates when they are up.

Odds correct as of 9:13am GMT. For the latest, check out the betting board at 5Dimes.com.