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Latest betting odds for the 2021 Survivor Series


Tonight’s Survivor Series will bring the curtain down on the 2021 WWE pay-per-view calendar and WWE hopes to go out with a bang live from Brooklyn. Tonight, hours before the show kicks off, we bring you the latest betting odds of all seven matches on the card.

Remember, odds will most likely change by the time the show goes on the air so be careful whenever you are using real money.

The pay-per-view will be headlined by the WWE champion taking on the Universal champion. Roman Reigns, the current Universal champion, is the favorite walking into this match with his odds at 1/10 while Big E has a mountain to climb at 5/1.

The most interesting match is the battle between the Raw and Smackdown Women’s champions. They both dislike each other and it’s their first face-to-face since that botched title swap segment on Smackdown. Becky Lynch is currently favorite at 1/5 here while her nemesis Charlotte Flair is 3/1 to win.

The Intercontinental champion battles the United States champion in another brand vs brand champions match. Damian Priest from Monday Night Raw is the super favorite at 1/20 to beat Intercontinental champion Shinsuke Nakamura who has odds at 7/1. And the Raw and Smackdown Tag Team champions also go head-to-head as The Usos are 3/4 slight favorites to defeat RK-Bro who are 19/20.

There will be two traditional five-on-five Survivor Series elimination matches tonight. In the men’s match, the Smackdown team, headed by Drew McIntyre are 1/4 favorites to win against the Raw team, with team captain Seth Rollins, who are 5/2 while in the women’s elimination match, the Raw team captained by Bianca Belair are favorites with 7/20 odds against the Smackdown team, captained by Sasha Banks, who are 19/20.

And in the final match, 25 WWE Superstars will be in a battle royal where the winner receives, well, nothing. Omos is at 5/4 favorite to win this battle royal while AJ Styles is at 3/1, Sami Zayn at 9/2, Cesaro at 13/2, and Jinder Mahal at 8/1 wrapping up the top five.

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