Sunday, 19 November 2017

Both Raw Teams Backed In Survivor Series Betting

The odds for the two Raw teams have shortened in the 5Dimes Sportsbook's markets for this weekend's WWE Survivor Series.

The male market is at pick 'em.

When I last published a post a little over an hour ago, I pointed out that the 'Team Smackdown Men' selection had dropped from -105 into -140. As a result, the oddsmakers pushed the Raw squad in from +100 to -135.

Raw's number has now been cut to -120 while their opposing selection is up to -120.

There is a bigger divide between the opposing teams in the female market.

Team Raw Women have pulled away from -420 into -530 while the Smackdown ladies have been pushed further out. This time, they're at +350. The most recent price I have is +300.

Prices correct as of 12:30am GMT and taken from The 5Dimes Sportsbook.

Saturday, 18 November 2017

5Dimes' WWE Survivor Series Odds For Late Saturday Night

There have been a couple of changes to the 5Dimes Sportsbook's WWE Survivor Series odds since the most recent update.

The most notable one is in the Men's elimination match as Team Smackdown has now tumbled into -140 from the previous visits' price of -105.

As a result, Team Raw has increased from -135 from +100.

The only only other price change has occurred in the show's Kick Off match.

Enzo Amore is now -350 from -305. His opponent, Kalisto, is +250 from +225.

You can view all the tables below to see how the odds have moved for the matches.

Date/Time
Enzo Amore
Kalisto
17/11 10:20pm
-230
+170
18/11 8:00am
"
"
5:15pm
-305
+225
11pm
-350
+250

Date/Time
Brock Lesnar
AJ Styles
17/11 10:20pm
-530
+350
18/11 8:00am
-600
+400
5:15pm
"
"
9:41pm
-750
+450
11pm
"
"

Date/Time
Team Raw Men
Team Smackdown Men
17/11 10:20pm
+135
-175
11:32pm
+120
-160
18/11 12:40am
-115
-125
8:00am
"
"
5:15pm
-120
-120
9:41pm
-135
-105
11:00pm
+100
-140

Date/Time
Cesaro and Sheamus
The Usos
17/11 10:20pm
+175
-245
18/11 8:00am
+170
-230
5:15pm
"
"
11:00pm
"
"

Date/Time
The Shield
The New Day
17/11 10:20pm
-1,200
+600
18/11 8:00am
"
"
5:15pm
"
"
8:15pm
-2,000
+1,000
9:41pm
-2,750
+1,250
11:00pm
"
"

Date/Time
Alexa Bliss
Charlotte Flair
17/11 10:20pm
+100
-140
11:32pm
+115
-155
18/11 12:40am
+180
-260
8:00am
+250
-350
5:15pm
"
"
9:41pm
+275
-395
11:00pm
"
"

Date/Time
Team Raw Women
Team Smackdown Women
17/11 10:20pm
-260
+180
11:32pm
-215
+165
18/11 12:40am
-260
+180
8:00am
-390
+270
5:15pm
"
"
9:41pm
-420
+300
11:00pm
"
"

Date/Time
The Miz
Baron Corbin
17/11 11:32pm
-145
+105
18/11 8:00am
-155
+115
5:15pm
"
"
9:41pm
-160
+120
11:00pm
"
"

Odds correct as of 11pm GMT. The latest can be found on 5Dimes' Betting Board.

5Dimes Survivor Series Odds Notes

Here's a short update pointing out some Survivor Series price differences from earlier this evening.


  • Brock Lesnar has fallen to -750. He was -600 when I last posted an update. The oddsmakers have moved AJ Styles out to +450 from +400 as a result
  • Team Raw Men is now -135. The selection was at a -120 pick 'em for most of the evening. Team Smackdown is now -105
  • The Shield went from -1,200 to -2,000 by 8:15pm GMT. They've dropped to -2,750 now. The New Day have ascended from +600 to +1,000 to +1,250 in these periods.
  • Charlotte Flair has shortened from -350 to -395 while her opponent, Alexa Bliss has risen to +275 from +250
  • Team Raw Women has dropped to -420 from -390. Team Smackdown Women went up from +270 to +300
  • The Miz has moved in from -155 to -160 while Baron Corbin increased from +115 to +120
  • No Change in: Cesaro/Sheamus (+170) .vs. The Usos (-230) and Enzo Amore (-305) .vs. Kalisto (+225)
Prices correct as of 9:41pm GMT and taken from The 5Dimes Website.

Think Carmella Will Cash In On Alexa Bliss? Read On...

The Kambi oddsmakers have published more specials for tomorrow night's WWE Survivor Series. One of which appears in the Money in the Bank section of the websites, but I guess it's meant for tomorrow night's event.

The special is listed under 'Event Specials' and allows the customer to have a bet on Carmella cashing in the Money in the Bank briefcase on Alexa Bliss.

It reads 'Carmella To Successfully Cash In The Women MITB On Alexa Bliss And Become WWE Raw Women's Champion'. The market does not state that it's for Survivor Series, but I think it's safe to assume so with it being published today ahead of a multi-brand PPV.

The odds are 3/1.

For what it's worth - I do not believe this will happen. This isn't to say it won't happen. I have seen this idea thrown out by fans and thought I'd point it out in case anyone wanted to have a punt on it.


'Under' Falls In Survivor Series WON Star Rating Market And More

With Natalya now looking pretty much confirmed as the fifth member of Team Smackdown for the elimination match at the Survivor Series, I've checked back in with the Wrestling Observer Star ratings markets that are available from Kambi to see if there has been movement since this morning's update.

In the aforementioned post, I pointed out that seven of the participants from last year's match will be in the ring yet again. Since then, the news confirming Natalya's participation broke. This now means that eighty percent of the 2016 elimination match will be involved.

In 2016, the match received two-and-three-quarter stars. The Kambi oddsmakers are sure to be aware of this because this is exactly what they've set the line at for their over/under market for tomorrow night.

One other thing I pointed out in my write-up this morning is the fact that Asuka is a new name from last year. Technically, her presence is a good substitution for Charlotte Flair who will be in another match on the card.

Since this morning's post - when I stated that I had backed the 'Over' - the odds have changed in favour of the selection I backed.

Women's Elimination Match
Over 2.75 Stars
Exactly 2.75 Stars
Under 2.75 Stars
17/11 10am
6/5
6/5
27/20
8pm
"
"
"
18/11 9:45am
"
"
"
6:00pm
EVS
13/10
6/4

It has been snipped from 6/5 into EVENS. 

It isn't the only over/under market that has changed since this morning's update. The rest can be viewed below.

Shield vs New Day
Over 4.00 Stars
Exactly 4.00 Stars
Under 4.00 Stars
17/11 10am
5/4
5/4
5/4
8pm
"
"
"
18/11 9:45am
23/20
13/10
13/10
6:00pm
EVS
7/5
7/5

The punters have evidently continued to side with the trios match to receive more than four stars as it has been cut from 23/20 into EVS.

Miz vs Corbin
Over 2.50 Stars
Exactly 2.50 Stars
Under 2.50 Stars
17/11 10am
13/10
13/10
23/20
8pm
6/4
"
EVS
18/11 9:45am
33/20
7/5
17/20
6:00pm
7/4
6/4
3/4

The Miz versus Baron Corbin will receive less than two-and-a-half stars if the bettors have picked the right side. They've now forced the oddsmakers to move the 'Under 2.5 Stars' from 17/20 into 3/4. I hope they're right because I was also one of the gamblers to back the Under.

Lesnar vs Styles
Over 4.25 Stars
Exactly 4.25 Stars
Under 4.25 Stars
17/11 10am
7/5
5/4
11/10
8pm
"
"
"
18/11 9:45am
33/20
7/5
17/20
6:00pm
17/10
29/20
4/5

Brock Lesnar versus AJ Styles is the final market that has changed since this morning. The 'Under' has descended once again. It's now 4/5 from 17/20.

I' plan to have another look through the markets tomorrow.

Prices correct as of 6pm GMT.


5Dimes' WWE Survivor Series 2017 Odds Update For Early Saturday Evening

I have just had a look through the 5Dimes Sportsbook's betting odds for tomorrow night's WWE Survivor Series pay-per-view and have noticed only a few changes since this morning.

5Dimes' WWE Survivor Series 2017 Betting Odds For Saturday Evening

The first market that has changed on the list is the one for the Cruiserweight Championship match.

Enzo Amore has moved in to -305. He was -230 earlier today and had been that price since yesterday evening. As a result, the oddsmakers have moved Kalisto out from +170 to +225.

Team Raw Men have continued to fall after being outsiders last night. The team is now down to -120 (the selection was -115 this morning). Team Smacdown has drifted from -125 this morning to -120.

As I wrote this morning, it's surprising to see both the male and female Raw teams favourites.

The rest of the board is showing the same pricing as earlier.

Prices correct as of 5:15pm GMT. The markets can be found under 'Pro Wrestling' on the 5Dimes Website.

Natalya Is Team Smackdown's Fifth Teammate

Shane McMahon has just announced, via Twitter, that Natalya will be the fifth and final member of Team Smackdown for the women's elimination match at the Survivor Series.

McMahon tweeted the following:

Shane McMahon Announces Natalya As Fifth Member Of Team Smackdown

This should be the end of any speculation about Paige or Nikki Bella being the fifth member and - from a betting perspective - gives more of an edge to Team Raw.

Kambi had been accepting wagers on the fifth member. Natalya was a 1/10 favourite.

Mystery Partner At Survivor Series Betting Odds

Per the rules, any wagers placed ahead of McMahon's announcement will be settled as a winner if Natalya starts the match tomorrow night.

William Hill's Survivor Series Odds Published

Wrestling fans can now bet on tomorrow night's WWE Survivor Series with another sports betting firm because William Hill has just released markets for the show.

You can view all of the prices in the image below.

William Hill's WWE Survivor Series Betting Odds

The markets are scheduled to close later on today, but they'll be republished tomorrow.

William Hill will also release in-play specials a few hours before the show begins tomorrow evening. If you have any requests, you can leave them IN THIS POST.

Comparing MyBookie's Survivor Series Odds To 5Dimes'

Here are my notes for MyBookie's WWE Survivor Series book.


As you can see, the markets are still showing the same prices as when I first began to track them yesterday evening.

There are only five markets available as of the time of writing. The prices for the favourites are more attractive than what is currently available from 5Dimes.

The Miz is a -155 favourite at 5Dimes, but -150 with MyBookie.
Brock Lesnar is -600 at both sportsbooks
Charlotte Flair is -350 at 5Dimes but -120 with MyBookie
The Shield is -1,200 at 5Dimes but -1,000 with MyBookie
The Usos are a slightly better -225 at MyBookie while -230 with 5Dimes

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Survivor Series WON Star Rating Odds Update

As mentioned in the previous post, the Kambi oddsmakers have republished their WWE Survivor Series match and specials markets for tomorrow night. I've had another look through their over/under Wrestling Observer Newsletter star rating markets to see how the odds compare to yesterday.

Starting with the pre-show:

Enzo vs Kalisto
Over 1.75 Stars
Exactly 1.75 Stars
Under 1.75 Stars
17/11 10am
23/20
23/20
6/4
8pm
"
"
"
18/11 9:45am
"
"
"

The market is still showing the same pricing as yesterday morning. The line is 1.75 stars. Nothing much to read here.

Bliss vs Flair
Over 3.25 Stars
Exactly 3.25 Stars
Under 3.25 Stars
17/11 10am
7/4
7/5
4/5
8pm
9/5
29/20
3/4
18/11 9:45am
19/10
6/4
7/10

There have been changes made to the market for the Alexa Bliss versus Charlotte Flair match. The punters are evidently backing the match to receive less than three-and-a-quarter stars because the 'Under' is on the descent. It opened at 4/5, was 3/4 by yesterday evening and has now been cut to 7/10.

Another market where customers appear to be siding the under is the one for Brock Lesnar versus AJ Styles.

Lesnar vs Styles
Over 4.25 Stars
Exactly 4.25 Stars
Under 4.25 Stars
17/11 10am
7/5
5/4
11/10
8pm
"
"
"
18/11 9:45am
33/20
7/5
17/20

They've moved 'Under 4.25 Stars' from 11/10 to 17/20.

The Usos vs Sheamus/Cesaro
Over 4.00 Stars
Exactly 4.00 Stars
Under 4.00 Stars
17/11 10am
EVS
5/4
7/5
8pm
"
"
"
18/11 9:45am
33/20
7/5
17/20

Yet another market where customers have taken the under is in The Usos versus Sheamus and Cesaro. The traders have cut 'Under 4 Stars' from 7/5 to 17/20.

Men's Elimination Match
Over 4.50 Stars
Exactly 4.50 Stars
Under 4.50 Stars
17/11 10am
6/4
23/20
23/20
8pm
"
"
"
18/11 9:45am
"
"
"

The men's elimination match is still showing the same odds as yesterday morning. The line for this bout is set at four-and-a-half stars.

The other Survivor Series elimination market has stayed where it was as well.

Women's Elimination Match
Over 2.75 Stars
Exactly 2.75 Stars
Under 2.75 Stars
17/11 10am
6/5
6/5
27/20
8pm
"
"
"
18/11 9:45am
"
"
"

The line is at two-and-three-quarter stars here. 

Shield vs New Day
Over 4.00 Stars
Exactly 4.00 Stars
Under 4.00 Stars
17/11 10am
5/4
5/4
5/4
8pm
"
"
"
18/11 9:45am
23/20
13/10
13/10

The customers have evidently backed The Shield versus The New Day getting more than four stars as the odds have been snipped from 5/4 into 23/20. 

I can understand why they've backed the over because, in 2014, The Shield's last two PPV trios matches were in the four to four-and-a-half range.

Miz vs Corbin
Over 2.50 Stars
Exactly 2.50 Stars
Under 2.50 Stars
17/11 10am
13/10
13/10
23/20
8pm
6/4
"
EVS
18/11 9:45am
33/20
7/5
17/20

The Miz .vs. Baron Corbin punters have sided with the 'Under 2.5 Stars'. As noted in yesterday's post, I've taken the under as well.

After writing this post, and looking through the markets, I've decided to bet on another selection.

I've backed 'Over 2.75 Stars' in the women's elimination match.

Last year's bout fell exactly on 2.75 stars. Seven of last year's participants are back in. It could be eight if the fifth member of Team Smackdown is Natalya. The other wrestlers that could potentially fill the void are Paige and Nikki Bella. I don't think they would be a detriment either. And then you have the addition of Asuka who I am also sure wouldn't ruin the match. I have a feeling it has a good chance of doing better than 2016. 

Prices and lines correct as of 9:45am GMT.