Sunday, 9 February 2020

Kambi's TV Props For Week Commencing 10/2/20

The oddsmakers from Kambi have released TV viewership prop bets for tomorrow night's episode of Raw right up to the WWE Smackdown on FOX that's set for Friday.

For Raw, the bookmakers have set the line at '2.2 Million or More'. Customers who believe the episode will draw 2,200,000 or higher will find the 'Yes' at 19/20 while the 'No' is 3/4.

For what it's worth, the 3rd February episode had 2,168,000 viewers.

The proposition for Wednesday's edition of WWE NXT asks whether or not there will be '0.775 Million or More' tuned in.

'Yes' is EVS and 'No' is 7/10.

On February 5th, the show had 770,000 recorded viewers.

Another proposition for Wednesday asks whether or not AEW Dynamite will have 925,000 viewers or above.

Both 'Yes' and 'No' are available at 17/20 each as of this morning.

The most recent edition of Dynamite drew 928,000.

A third prop for Wednesday asks whether AEW will have at least '0.15 Million more than NXT'. Those who believe there will be a gap of that much or above can find 'Yes' at 4/5. Those who don't believe there will be a gap of 150,000 plus can back 'No' at 9/10.

As you can work out above, with AEW having 928,000 this week - and NXT recording 770,000 - there was a difference of 158.000 for the most recent Wednesday night battle between the two programmes.

Finally, for the February 14th edition of WWE Smackdown, the line has been set at '2.5 Million or more'. 'Yes' is 3/4 and 'No' is 19/20.

Friday's show was recorded at 2,547,000. It meant that it went over Kambi's line which - just like for the upcoming week - was 2.5 Million or more.

It's an uneducated guess, but I can't help but think that Smackdown will do less this week considering it's Valentine's Day. On top of that, I believe Bill Goldberg being promised was a reason why there was a slight increase from the 2,423,500 on January 31st.

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