Survivor Series Odds and Betting Preview for Sunday’s Top WWE Matches

One of the WWE’s biggest pay-per-views of the year is scheduled to go down on Sunday as Survivor Series takes over the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York. It’s a bit different from the company’s other events because the superstars of Raw and SmackDown will be competing against each other in head-to-head matchups rather than facing competitors on their own brand.

The Survivor Series card is filled with exciting matchups that should, no doubt, make for an entertaining night of wrestling action. Fortunately, BetOnline has the odds on the show’s biggest matches, so continue reading to see who are the sportsbook’s favorites.

Survivor Series: Roman Reigns vs Big E Odds

Odds via BetOnline as of Friday, November 19

  • Roman Reigns (-500) vs. Big E (+300)

In arguably the biggest matchup of Survivor Series 2021, WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns will go one-on-one against the WWE Champion, Big E. While the latter just won his world championship a couple of months ago, the former has held his title for nearly 450 days — rarely losing in that stretch. Hence why Reigns is the overwhelming -500 favorite.

While Big E will get to show what he can do in the biggest match of his career, it’s hard imagining him beating Reigns. The Universal Champion has rarely lost at all during the last year and a bit. With rumors swirling that Reigns could face The Rock — his cousin — in the near future, it makes sense that WWE would continue pushing his momentum.

Charlotte Flair vs Becky Lynch Odds

Odds via BetOnline as of Friday, November 19

  • Charlotte Flair (+250) vs. Becky Lynch (-400)

The next Survivor Series match is one between the WWE’s two women’s champions as Charlotte Flair (SmackDown) takes on Becky Lynch (Raw). The two were best friends early in their careers, however, the latest backstage rumors make it sound like that isn’t the case and now the company has brought that into the storyline.

Lynch just returned to the company a few months ago at SummerSlam, where she won her championship in quick fashion. With the fans firmly backing her in this fight and the fact that Raw will likely lose the men’s main event, it makes sense that “The Man” would win here.

Survivor Series Odds: Men’s Team SmackDown vs Raw

Odds via BetOnline as of Friday, November 19

  • Team SmackDown (-200) vs. Team Raw (+150)

Survivor Series is known for its 5-on-5 elimination tag team matches, which is exactly what fans will get when the men of SmackDown (Drew McIntyre, Jeff Hardy, King Woods, Happy Corbin, TBA) face their Raw counterparts (Finn Balor, Seth Rollins, Bobby Lashley, Kevin Owens, Austin Theory).

On paper, Raw certainly has the more stacked team with their competitors having held more world titles than SmackDown’s. However, that hasn’t stopped BetOnline from favoring the blue brand at -200 odds. SmackDown’s fifth man could end up justifying these odds, however, it wouldn’t be shocking to see Raw pull off the “upset.”

Women’s Team SmackDown vs Raw

Odds via BetOnline as of Friday, November 19

  • Team SmackDown (-110) vs Team Raw (-130)

Just like the men of the WWE, the women will also be having a traditional 5-on-5 elimination tag team match. This time, SmackDown will be represented by Shayna Baszler, Sasha Banks, Toni Storm, Natalya and Shotzi Blackheart while Liv Morgan, Bianca Belair, Carmella, Queen Zelina and Rhea Ripley will lead Raw into battle.

Both teams are pretty evenly matched, however, there has been a bit more in-fighting between Raw’s members which could lead to a breakdown at Survivor Series. At the same time, SmackDown’s women haven’t had the best win-loss record this year. It’s definitely one of the matches that could go either way this Sunday.

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Devon Platana
After graduating with a Masters degree in Journalism, Devon joined USGS to improve his sports writing skills. As a lifelong sports fan, one of Devon’s favorite things to do is analyze statistics across all sports.