The oddsmakers from Kambi have published more Wrestling Observer star ratings markets for this weekend's WWE SummerSlam.
There are to head-to-head specials where customers can bet on which - out of two matches - will get the most stars in Dave Meltzer's review of the PPV. As well as the head-to-heads are prop bets that have become a regularity for PPV weekends.
The first head-to-head sees Kevin Owens .vs. Shane McMahon up against the match between Charlotte Flair and Trish Stratus.
Those looking at Owens/McMahon to do better than its opposition can find the selection at EVS. Equally, those who expect Charlotte Flair .vs. Trish Stratus to have more stars than Owens and McMahon will find that selection at EVS.
The middling 'Same Star Rating' - which will pay out as a win if both matches receive the same number of stars - is currently being offered at 2/1.
Becky Lynch .vs. Natalya and Kofi Kingston .vs. Randy Orton are competing against each other in the second head-to-head.
The bookies have the Raw Women's Championship match at 19/20, the WWE Championship contest is 19/20 while a successful wager on 'Same Star Rating' will pay out at 9/4.
There are four prop markets available. As per usual, they have their own title.
The first is named 'Curtain Raiser' and is allowing the punter to wager whether or not the opening match on the main card gets the most stars in Dave Meltzer's review of the event. The bookies have set the 'Yes' at 13/10 while the 'No' is a 13/25 favourite.
The proposition named 'Joint Winners' to wager on '2 or more matches to be awarded the highest star rating'. The 'No' is a 7/20 favourite to the 'Yes' at 19/10.
The 'Title Match' prop asks the customer to bet on or against 'a match valid for any Championship to be awarded the highest star rating'. With the US Championship match the favourite to be the match of the night in another market, it should come as no surprise to see 'Yes' a 1/12 fave here. Those looking to bet on the 'No' will find it at 5/1.
The prop titled 'Lowest Rated' is giving the punters the opportunity to wager on the Bill Goldberg versus Dolph Ziggler match receiving the lowest rating in Dave Meltzer's review. Both 'Yes' and 'No' are 17/20 apiece.