Sunday, 17 November 2019

More Markets For Survivor Series Weekend

Kambi published more markets for Survivor Series weekend yesterday.

The first is a market for the Survivor Series match involving the male teams. The book opened with the Raw team at 21/10 while the teams of NXT and Smackdown stars are 13/10 each.

There's also a market for the match with the women's teams. Team Smackdown is 7/2 while Team NXT and Team Raw are 11/10 each.

The triple threat match featuring the owners of the Raw, Smackdown and NXT secondary titles has opened with US Champion - AJ Styles - a 19/20 favourite over Shinsuke Nakamura (23/20) and Roderick Strong (4/1).

There is a Wrestling Observer star rating Over/Under market for that match and the current line is set at four-and-a-quarter stars.

Bray Wyatt versus Daniel Bryan - for the WWE Universal Championship - was confirmed for the event during this week's Smackdown. The market has opened with Wyatt a 1/4 fave over his challenger (5/2). 

A Wrestling Observer star ratings over/under market for the Universal Championship match has been installed with a line of three-and-a-half stars.

On the night before the Survivor Series, there will be an NXT TakeOver. Kambi has created match markets for the bouts that are so far confirmed for the show.

Matt Riddle has been installed as a 2/1 underdog for his meeting with Finn Balor (1/3). 

There will be two War Games matches on the card.

The team led by Rhea Ripley is a 7/10 favourite to beat Team Baszler (EVS) in the women's War Games match while - in the market for the men's War Games contest - The Undisputed Era has been priced at 11/20 to beat the squad with Tommaso Ciampa at the helm (5/4).

Wrestling Observer star ratings Over/Under lines have also been created for the NXT show. The lines are:

Balor .vs. Riddle: 4.50 Stars
Men's War Games: 4.50 Stars
Women's War Games: 3.75 Stars

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