I have just spent part of the morning looking through all of the Money in the Bank ladder match markets from a handful of the sports betting websites I have been following the price movements on. In this post, I'll share with you all I have found right up to the time of posting.
What I usually do, in these Sunday morning posts, is go match by match, but - for this month's PPV - I'll cover it by sportsbook to sportsbook because there are some similarities - and a few contrasts! - between who is being backed and where.
Considering that the two Money in the Bank ladder match markets are outrights, I have been covering Paddy Power's coverage of the PPV. If you'd like to see why Paddy Power / Betfair is not recommended for regular WWE match betting, you can view the reason IN THIS POST.
In the men's market, the odds for a Big E victory have been declining since Friday morning, but especially since he was the fall guy in the fatal four-way at the close of Friday night's edition of Smackdown.
As you can see, in the table above, Big E was cut into 4/5 sometime between 5:30PM BST last night and 9:20AM BST today.
Another note is in regards to John Morrison's odds. The selection is unavailable on the Paddy Power website, but can be found at 20s on Betfair (the same market is synched across both sites).
As for the wrestlers who are confirmed for the match, Big E is once again the name to watch because his price has been moving in since yesterday - which coincides with his loss on Friday night.
Sonya Deville and Becky Lynch were both added to the market yesterday. Lynch was 6/1, but has since moved up to 10/1 while Deville was 10/1 and was backed into 8/1 within an hour of me keeping track of her pricing.
Liv Morgan is a 6/5 favourite to win. However, the selection which has moved in overnight is the one for a Zelina Vega victory. It went from 12/1 into 8/1.
Nikki Cross - who is 8/1 in the regular market - can be found at 9/1 in a price boost. That is why her odds are coloured in purple.
Kambi's markets were republished yesterday. They were first installed earlier this year. The refreshed list consists of only the names that have been advertised for tonight. Their earliest odds can be viewed along with the current prices below:
The two selections with shorter odds from yesterday are Alexa Bliss (9/4 into 2/1) and Asuka (13/2 into 6/1).
Liv Morgan remains a favourite after she was 17/20 on yesterday's reopening. However, she is now up to EVS.
Over in the men's market, Big E has slid from yesterday's 11/10 into 13/25.
When I wrote about 5Dimes' market - for the women's match - yesterday, I pointed out that Liv Morgan's odds had dropped into favouritism following Smackdown.
Morgan, who was +235 ahead of the episode airing, was -110 by 8:30AM BST yesterday. Her price increased to +120 yesterday evening when 'The Field .vs. Morgan' was taken into -160 from -130.
Big E moving in from +205 into +177, following Smackdown, was also pointed out in yesterday's post. His selection's decline continued by the early evening with a drop into +120.
The market remains unchanged since late last night when the bookmakers pushed John Morrison out to +4,000 from +3,500.
Even though 5Dimes has moved her odds up, Liv Morgan has been on the decline in BetOnline's market for the women's MITB ladder match.
As you'll be able to see, in the table above, Morgan was +350 when the market launched in the early hours of yesterday morning. By the evening, the company had dropped the selection into +250 and was then compelled to take it into +200 by the evening.
When I checked in this morning, Morgan was +175.
Alexa Bliss has remained a favourite, despite the apparent interest in Liv Morgan winning. However, Bliss has drifted out from +125 to +135 following Morgan's overnight drop.
Even though his odds have recently been coming in everywhere else, the last time Big E's price was reduced in BetOnline's market for the men's match was when the selection descended from +450 into +175 on Tuesday.
Big E has stayed at +175 ever since. The only other price dips - after Big E's drop earlier in the week - came with Riddle's move into +400, from +550, on Friday night which was followed up by a cut into +300 hours later.