Tuesday, 14 May 2019

5Dimes MITB 2019 Update For May 14th

The 5Dimes Sportsbook has made some changes to its WWE Money in the Bank 2019 betting markets.

Gone are the selections for all of the names that are not advertised to wrestle in both the ladder matches. As a result of these adjustments, the prices for those confirmed for the match are showing differing prices to when I checked in this morning.

The new prices, along with this morning's odds in parenthesis, can be found below.

Men's Ladder Match
Drew McIntyre -125 (+130)
Andrade +280 (+305)
Sami Zayn +1,000 (+1,500)
Baron Corbin +1,000 (+1,250)
Ricochet +1,375 (+1,700)
Finn Balor +1,400 (+1,000)
Ali +1,500 (+1,150)
Randy Orton +2,000 (+1,750)

Women's Ladder Match
Mandy Rose +200 (+255)
Bayley +225 (+350)
Ember Moon +260 (+325)
Dana Brooke +1,000 (+2,250)
Alexa Bliss +1,200 (+600)
Natalya +1,500 (+1,750)
Naomi +1,800 (+1,500)
Carmella +2,200 (+2,300)

The match market for Becky Lynch's WWE Smackdown Women's Championship defence against Charlotte Flair has seen the challenger move in.

Becky Lynch
Charlotte Flair
28/4 9:30PM
29/4 10:00PM
14/5 9:30PM

Flair had been a +125 outsider since last month, but has now dipped to +110. The champ is still favoured to win. However, her price has risen to -150 from -165 following Flair's decrease.

The other selections are still showing the same pricing as previous updates.

Becky Lynch is still -475 to get a decision against Lacey Evans (+325) in the Raw Women's Championship bout.

Seth Rollins is -460 to successfully retain the WWE Universal Championship against AJ Styles (+320).

Elias is still a +220 underdog for his meeting with Roman Reigns (-300).

Prices correct as of 9:30PM BST. The latest can be found on The 5Dimes Website.

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