At 12AM BST this morning, I took a look over the 5Dimes Sportsbook's betting odds for this Sunday's WWE Money in the Bank PPV and then published a post where I noted all of the prices. I have since watched Raw and looked back over the markets to see if there have been any changes.
Only one of the Raw-branded match markets for Sunday is showing differing prices to the start of the day.
Natalya's price to win the women's Money in the Bank ladder match has been lowered from +160 into +150.
With Natalya's odds being snipped, the compilers have pushed 'The Field' out to -190 from -210.
The individual odds for the field remain as they were last night. They are:
Alexa Bliss +400
Charlotte Flair +405
Sasha Banks +500
Becky Lynch +900
Ember Moon +1,100
On last night's show, Natalya won a fatal 4-way match which featured the four ladder match participants from Raw. This result obviously casts a cloud over Natalya's chance of winning on Sunday.
It wasn't only Natalya's victory in the four-way that should have filled punters with doubt. It was repeated a few times during the broadcast that Natalya could be Ms Money in the Bank and her friend, Ronda Rousey, could be the WWE Raw Women's Champion after Sunday - usually a sign that we're not getting what they're hinting.
This - along with seeing Ronda place Nia Jax in the armbar, so we already have the visual of seeing Jax 'submit' to Ronda - has forced me to doubt that we're getting BOTH Nattie as Ms Money in the Bank and Ronda as Raw Women's Champion.
I guess they could still go with one idea I've had of having Natalya win the briefcase, cash-in during the Rousey versus Nia match and then either wins the title or takes the fall.
In other MITB odds news, The Miz has fallen into -120 to win the men's ladder match.
When I checked in at the start of the day, he was up at +140. Those looking to bet against Miz can find 'The Field' also at -120.
The individual selections are unchanged from earlier. The selections are:
Braun Strowman +300
Samoa Joe +470
Kevin Owens +725
Finn Balor +725
Bobby Roode +2,500
The only other market showing contrasting odds to this morning is the one for the WWE Championship.
When I last looked, both selections were -120 pick 'ems.
Shinsuke Nakamura has moved into -145 while AJ Styles has drifted to +105.