WWE Survivor Series 2020 edition is inching closer bringing the very best actions from the main roster. Champions will compete against Champions from the opposition brands while traditional tag matches will also be there. As seen on Sky Bet, the betting odds for the women’s elimination match have been released.
Over the past few years, WWE did allow many members of the women’s division to compete at this particular pay-per-view and Survivor Series 2020 edition is no exception. This automatically had boosted their profiles as they boast themselves to be a part of the Women’s Evolution.
This year we’ll see Team RAW being represented by Nia Jax, Shayna Baszler, Peyton Royce, Lacey Evans, and Lana, while Team SmackDown will feature Bianca Belair, Ruby Riott, Liv Morgan, Bayley, and Natalya. At this point, Team RAW are the favorites to win at Survivor Series 2020 with the odds being 8/15 by their side. SmackDown, on the other hand, is standing as the 11/8 underdogs. Going by logic, Raw should pick up a big win in this genre since their team is indeed strong.
WWE Survivor Series 2020: Prediction On Traditional Elimination Tag Matches
Sky Bet has also released the betting odds for the men’s elimination match at WWE Survivor Series 2020, as well. This bout from the male division between Team RAW and Team SmackDown has often been served as the centerpiece of attention in this Big-Four PPV event in the last few years, and it doesn’t appear that 2020 is going to be any different.
The red brigade will be represented by AJ Styles, Keith Lee, Sheamus, Braun Strowman, and Matt Riddle while their opposition from SmackDown will have Kevin Owens, Jey Uso, King Corbin, Seth Rollins, and Otis. Both the teams are having their own differences and there will be chaos when the match goes down. In the end, chances are high that Raw gets the win.
In terms of the odds, Team RAW is a strong favorite to win the match at Survivor Series with 1/3 odds in their favor, despite all of their recent issues. SmackDown, on the other hand, are the clean 9/4 underdogs. They do have their own problems with Jey Uso attacking team member Kevin Owens. So payback is expected to happen at the expense of this traditional elimination-style matchup.