Sunday, 24 November 2019

5Dimes' WWE Survivor Series 2019 Odds As Of 4:30PM GMT

I've just taken an early evening look over the 5Dimes Sportsbook's WWE Survivor Series 2019 betting markets in order to compare the current odds to when I wrote about them this morning. Here's what I've found:
  • Bray Wyatt has descended from -750 into -1,350 in the Universal Championship market. A win for Daniel Bryan is now being offered at +650, which is up from +450
  • Roderick Strong was +360 to win the triple threat featuring secondary titleholders when I checked in this morning (he had dropped from +375 earlier). He is now down to +335. As a result, the bookies have moved AJ Styles up slightly. He's currently -120 (previously -125). The Field versus The Favourite, in this case - Styles, is now -120. It was -115 at the start of the day. Shinsuke Nakamura stalls at +185
  • Team NXT Men have been cut from +260 into +140 to win the elimination match. With that team lowered, Team Smackdown (+120 to +165) and Team Raw (+165 to +230) have drifted
  • Team Raw Women were +150 this morning, but are now offered at +105. The other selections Team NXT Women (+160 to +170) and Team Smackdown Women (+220 to +290) have moved up
  • 'The Field' versus The Viking Raiders has lowered from +150 to +135. Despite this, The Undisputed Era (+220 to +225) and The New Day (+425 to +525) are showing shorter odds than this morning. A win for the faves will now pay out at odds of -175, which is also better than this morning as a win for The Viking Raiders was -190
  • Becky Lynch was +250 to win the triple threat match of women's champions. She's now slipped into +225. Shayna Baszler is also shorter than this morning as she's currently +110. This is down from +120. Bayley has moved out to +205 from +170
  • Rey Mysterio is slightly shorter this evening than he was at 8AM. He was +280 then, but is now at +275. A win for Brock Lesnar is now available at -395, which is mildly better than the previous -400
Prices correct as of 4:30PM GMT and taken from 5Dimes' Betting Board

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