Thursday, 12 September 2019

5Dimes Releases Clash Of Champions 2019 Odds

The 5Dimes Sportsbook has published its betting odds for this Sunday's WWE Clash of Champions 2019 PPV.

As of the this morning, there are markets for all, but two of the bouts scheduled for the show. The missing matches are the WWE Women's Tag Team Championship and United States Championship bouts. I fully expect them to have prices released for them, however, because the website's 'Live Lines' page has had the matches listed for over a day, but no prices have been attached to them.

Here are the matches that now have odds applied to them.

WWE Cruiserweight Champion, Drew Gulak is a -245 to get the W in a triple threat match against Humberto Carrillo (+160) and Lince Dorado (+635). Those who would like to bet against Gulak, by taking 'The Field', will find that option at +175.

WWE Smackdown Tag Team Champs, The New Day, are -185 to The Revival's +145.

Intercontinental Champion, Shinsuke Nakamura, is -295 for his defence against The Miz (+215).

Roman Reigns has been installed as a -530 favourite to see off Erick Rowan in their no disqualification match. A decision in favour of Rowan will pay out at +350.

WWE Raw Women's Champion, Becky Lynch, is a +120 outsider against Sasha Banks (-160).

Bayley is a -140 favourite to successfully retain the WWE Smackdown Women's Championship against Charlotte Flair. A decision in favour of the challenger will pay out at +100.

The WWE Raw Tag Team Championship market has the titleholders, Seth Rollins and Braun Strowman, as +145 underdogs to the team of Robert Roode and Dolph Ziggler (-185).

Rollins is -310 to beat Braun Strowman (+230) in the Universal Championship contest, which will take place after they defend their tag straps.

The WWE Championship market lists Kofi Kingston as a -195 fave to beat Randy Orton (+155).

Prices correct as of 8:00AM BST today. The latest can be found on The 5Dimes Website.

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