Wednesday 3 July 2024

Notes About BetOnline's MITB Ladder Match Markets

The BetOnline Sportsbook's markets for the two Money in the Bank ladder matches - set for this weekend - were published yesterday. Both show differing odds to when I first began following the betting. 

For the women's market, I took note of the odds at 4:35PM BST yesterday. It was adjusted within six minutes.

As you'll see below, the odds for Chelsea Green to become this year's Ms Money in the Bank were initially at +900. However, her odds were slashed into +150 in minutes.

WWE Money in the Bank 2024 Betting

Green's reduction moved her into the second-favourite spot. At first, Zoey Stark was in that position at a price of +160. However, those odds have now been pushed out to +525.

The only selection which appears to have remained stationary is the one for Tiffany Stratton, who is the favourite at -200.

The other selections are Lyra Valkyria (+1,800 from +1,400), Naomi (+1,800 from +1,400) and last year's winner - Iyo Sky - who has been pushed to +2,000 from +1,200.

As it currently stands, the market for the men's Money in the Bank ladder match has two joint-favourites in Drew McIntyre and Jey Uso.

This wasn't always the case, however.

The table above shows that McIntyre had started out as an odds-on fave with a price of -200. Jey Uso, on the other hand, was in second at +250. Therefore Uso's odds have halved since yesterday.

Another two participants whose odds have dipped since yesterday are Andrade and Chad Gable.

In regard to Andrade, I witnessed his number move from +700 into +275 yesterday. It has since moved up to +550.

Chad Gable's price also fell yesterday when it was cut into +600 from +900. It has since moved into +500.

The other two options to bet on are LA Knight (+650 from +600) and Carmelo Hayes (+1,400 from +1,100).

I will have a more thorough look through the rest of BetOnline's WWE Money in the Bank 2024 market nearer to the event.

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