It is that time of the year as Superstars from Raw and SmackDown collide in a bid for brand supremacy at Survivor Series. As we know, betting odds in pro wrestling can often serve as a spoiler for what is to come and this event is no different. We have a full and detailed preview of Survivor Series already available so this Survivor Series betting odds analysis will be brief and mostly focus on just the odds and their predictions.
As always our betting odds come courtesy of SkyBet
Survivor Series Betting Odds 2021 (11/21/21)
While there is no clear favorite for this match the giant Omos currently leads the way at 6/4 (150). Sami Zayn at 5/2 and Omos’ tag partner AJ Styles at 7/2 round out the top 3 favorites for the cross-branded match.
Women’s Survivor Series Match
Bianca Belair, Rhea Ripley, Carmella, Queen Zelina, and Live Morgan represent team Raw against Sasha Banks, Shotzi, Shayna Baszler, Natalya, and Toni Storm of team SmackDown. Belair is currently tipped to lead Raw to victory with her team currently at 2/5 (-250) odds to win.
Men’s Survivor Series Match
While team Raw is favored by the Survivor Series betting odds to win the women’s match, the opposite is true here as the odds favor team SmackDown to win the men’s match. Drew McIntyre and co. are 2/5 (-250) favorites to come away with the win.
RK-Bro vs The Usos
This one is on a knife-edge with no clear favorite emerging in the current betting odds. RK-Bro are 10/11 to win while The Usos are at 4/5. Any late momentum could cause a major swing with this one.
Damian Priest vs Shinsuke Nakamura
In this clash of Intercontinental and United States Champion, there is a clear favorite. Damian Priest, who has been solidly protected throughout his run, is at 1/6 (-600) odds to come away from this match with the win.
Becky Lynch vs Charlotte Flair
Whatever real-life animosity that may or may not exist between Lynch and Flair has not had any effect on the betting market. Unsurprisingly Lynch is the favorite to win with her odds of victory currently at 4/9 (-225)
Roman Reigns vs Big E
Roman Reigns is the favorite (1/4) obviously. Big E will acknowledge the tribal chief.
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