The oddsmakers from 5Dimes have added more WWE Money in the Bank 2018 betting markets to the four that were published a couple of days ago. This now means that customers can wager on - barring any changes or new matches announced - the complete card.
In this post, I'll go through all of the new odds and then point out a couple of changes that have been made to the markets that were installed earlier in the week.
Daniel Bryan has been installed as a favourite to get a W over Big Cass. He's currently -150 while Cass is out at +110.
WWE Smackdown Tag Team Champions, The Bludgeon Brothers, are -750 favourites to successfully retain their straps against Gallows and Anderson. A win for the challengers will pay out at odds of +450.
Smackdown's Women's Champion - Carmella - is a +150 outsider to Asuka (-190).
Shinsuke Nakamura is a slight favourite over AJ Styles in the market for the last man standing match. He's -130 while the WWE Champion is -110.
Just like with the European bookmakers, The Miz is a favourite to win the men's Money in the Bank ladder match. He's +165. The rest of the entrants' prices are:
Braun Strowman +275
Samoa Joe +450
Finn Balor +600
Kevin Owens +700
Bobby Roode +2,500
The unannounced New Day member isn't included as an individual selection as of right now.
The ladies' ladder match has Natalya at the top with odds of +360. She's followed by:
Alexa Bliss +300
Charlotte Flair +300
Sasha Banks +450
Becky Lynch +750
Ember Moon +800
Two of the four previously published markets are showing differing odds to this morning.
Intercontinental Champion, Seth Rollins, is now -400 to defeat Elias. He was recently -380. As a result, the challenger has moved up from +260 to +280.
Similarly, the Bobby Lashley versus Sami Zayn market has seen Lashley go from -380 to -400 and his opponent climb to +280 from +260.
There is no change to the following match-ups:
Roman Reigns -825
Jinder Mahal +475
Nia Jax +300
Ronda Rousey -420
Odds correct as of 10:15PM BST. They can be found under 'Pro Wrestling' on the 5Dimes Website