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Full betting odds for tonight’s Survivor Series 2020

It’s pay-per-view Sunday and WWE will be live with Survivor Series tonight, a special event that will honor The Undertaker and his 30-year career in the company with his final farewell.

Six matches will be part of the pay-per-view card and another one will be on the Kickoff show. We will take a look at the latest betting odds for the show below but remember that numbers will probably change by the time the show starts in a few hours. If you’re interested in doing some betting, you can use the Coral promo code for an offer if you’re in the United Kingdom and Ireland.

A WrestleMania-caliber main event will probably headline this show with WWE champion Drew McIntyre taking on Universal champion Roman Reigns. The tribal chief remains the favorite to win this match with odds of 1/2 while McIntyre, who regained the title on Monday, is 6/4 to beat Reigns.

The Raw and Smackdown Women’s champions will go head-to-head as Sasha Banks tries to get her revenge on Asuka from their SummerSlam encounter. The odds have flipped from the past few days with Banks now the favorite at 8/11 and Asuka is 1/1 to win.

Bobby Lashley has been favorite throughout the past several days for his match against Sami Zayn as the United States champion clashes with the Intercontinental champion. Lashley is currently 4/11 favorite while Zayn is 2/1 for the upset.

The Street Profits will be taking on The New Day in a battle between the Raw and Smackdown Tag Team champions. The Smackdown champs have the advantage in the odds with 8/11 odds while The New Day are 1/1.

There are two five-on-five traditional Survivor Series elimination matches, one featuring the men and one with the women.

In the women’s match, Team Smackdown – consisting of Bayley, Bianca Belair, Liv Morgan, Ruby Riott, and Natalya – will take on Team Raw – with Lana, Nia Jax, Shayna Baszler, Lacey Evans, and Peyton Royce. Team Smackdown is the favorite with 8/13 odds while Team Raw is 6/5 to emerge victorious.

The men’s match has the same odds but flipped as Team Raw – with AJ Styles, Braun Strowman, Keith Lee, Sheamus, and Riddle – are 8/13 favorites to beat Team Smackdown – with Seth Rollins, Otis, Jey Uso, Baron Corbin, and Kevin Owens – who are 6/5 to win.

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