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2019 Survivor Series betting odds reveal possible tough night for one brand

So no clean sweeps this year?

Only a few days out from one of WWE’s “big four” pay-per-views, the 2019 edition of Survivor Series is garnering some interest from the online betting community. With only eight matches on the card there are still plenty of opportunities for both heavy favorites and live underdogs.

The addition of NXT into the usual Raw vs. SmackDown dynamic will also play a huge part in the outcomes. Does the addition of a third brand lend itself to more indecisive finishes where nobody wins or loses on Sunday night?

Seven matches now have live betting odds, with only Adam Cole’s NXT title defense versus the winner of Pete Dunne, Killian Dain, and Damian Priest not having numbers attached to it.

All odds courtesy of BetOnline.

No Holds Barred WWE Championship Match

Brock Lesnar -400

Rey Mysterio +250

Brand Supremacy Triple Threat Match

Becky Lynch +150

Bayley +200

Shayna Baszler +110

Universal Championship Match

Bray Wyatt -600

Daniel Bryan +350

Men’s Survivor Series Elimination Match

Team Raw +175

Team SmackDown -125

Team NXT +225

Women’s Survivor Series Elimination Match

Team Raw +160

Team SmackDown +200

Team NXT +100

Brand Supremacy Triple Threat Match

AJ Styles -125

Shinsuke Nakamura +150

Roderick Strong +300

Brand Supremacy Triple Threat Tag Team Match

The Viking Raiders -175

The New Day +300

The Undisputed Era +200

The Survivor Series pay-per-view is set to take place on Sun., Nov. 24 from the Allstate Arena in Rosemont, Illinois.

An overall look at the betting odds show SmackDown only being favored in one match, the men’s 5-on-5, where all three of WWE’s brands are featured.

The biggest long-shot label goes to Daniel Bryan as he challenges The Fiend for the Universal title. While a surprise favorite may be NXT Women’s Champion Shayna Baszler, who holds a very slim edge over both Raw’s Becky Lynch and SmackDown’s Bayley.

Heading into Survivor Series, what underdogs look good to you? Which favorites are prime to be upset?

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