Early betting odds for the two Chamber matches for tomorrow’s 2019 Elimination Chamber PPV

WWE returns for their second pay-per-view of the year Elimination Chamber tomorrow night with seven matches on the card. Two of those matches will be held inside the Elimination Chamber structure and today we will take a look at the betting odds for those two particular matches. Full betting odds for the Chamber PPV will be published tomorrow a few hours before the show.

Daniel Bryan will be defending the WWE title inside the steel cage against five other opponents. Luckily for him, he is the favorite to walk out of the show still champion, with odds at 1/7 to retain. Kofi Kingston, who replaced Mustafa Ali this week, is second favorite with 9/1 odds. Randy Orton will be entering the match last after winning the advantage on Smackdown but his odds are 10/1 to win the match. Samoa Joe, AJ Styles, and Jeff Hardy have odds of 14/1, 16/1, and 20/1 respectively.

The other Chamber match is to crown the brand new WWE Women’s Tag Team champions. This is also the second-ever women’s Chamber match. Favorites to win as of this writing are the team of Bayley and Sasha Banks with odds of 4/6. Second are Nia Jax and Tamina with odds of 6/4, followed by The IIconics at 13/2. The Riott Squad are 12/1, Mandy Rose and Sonya Deville are at 40/1, and Naomi and Carmella are far away with odds of 50/1. In this match, Bayley/Banks and Rose/Deville will be starting after they both lost their respective tag matches on Raw and Smackdown this week.

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