Full betting odds for tonight’s Backlash 2020 pay-per-view

With just hours to go for Backlash on the WWE Network and pay-per-view, we present you the latest odds for tonight’s full card. Please remember that odds will likely change as the show gets closer to bell time and during the pay-per-view so be careful when placing any bets.

Drew McIntyre remains the strong favorite for his WWE title match against Bobby Lashley, with McIntyre having odds of 1/6 while Lashley is the underdog with 7/2 odds. Speaking of favorites, there’s no one on the card who takes the biggest favorite crown today as Braun Strowman is at 1/25 to retain the title while The Miz and John Morrison are complete outsiders at 9/1.

There are two women matches tonight, with both the Raw and Tag Team titles on the line. The Raw Women’s champion Asuka has 1/10 odds and also heavy favorite to retain her title while Nia Jax is 11/2 for the upset. The WWE Women’s Tag Team champions Bayley and Sasha Banks are also looking likely to hang on to their straps as they have 4/9 odds of winning while The Iconic are 3/1 and Alexa Bliss and Nikki Cross are 5/1 for the upset.

The most-hyped match of the card is certainly the Edge vs Randy Orton one which is being billed as the greatest wrestling match ever. Randy Orton currently has the upper hand in the odds with 2/5 while Edge is 7/4 in his first straight-up wrestling match in nearly 10 years.

Apollo Crews will defend his United States title against Andrade and Crews is 1/7 favorite to retain while Andrade is 4/1. The other remaining match sees Sheamus the favorite with 4/7 odds against Jeff Hardy who is 5/4.

There are no odds available for the Raw Tag Team title match between The Street Profits and The Viking Raiders.

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