WWE's annual Money in the Bank pay-per-view is taking place this weekend and it should be a good one.
Seth Rollins is taking on Roman Reigns to try and win back the WWE Championship he was forced to vacate due to injury while Dean Ambrose, Kevin Owens, Sami Zayn and more will all be battling to get their hands on the Money in the Bank briefcase that guarantees a shot at the big belt.
Ahead of the event, bookmakers have released their odds for the matches and there are some very clear favourites going into Sunday's event.
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According to NoDQ, Vegas are expecting a fair few shocks at Money in the Bank with some unexpected favorites at the top of the card.
So, let's get into the matches and see how the bookmakers see them going.
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Roman Reigns vs Seth Rollins
The Championship match, the jewel in the crown. Reigns has been an okay champion since defeating Triple H for the title at WrestleMania 32 in one of the worst 'Mania WWE Championship matches we've seen for a while.
Naturally, Reigns was carried by the fantastic AJ Styles in his last feud where he obviously went over. Now, facing a returning Rollins, the storyline so far has been incredibly underwhelming and it seems we're going to have an underwhelming match.
At the moment, Reigns is heavy favourite to retain over his former brother in The Shield. Right now, Reigns is at an overwhelming -375 to win the title, with Seth all the way back at +240. The bookies have definitely got their man picked.
Money in the Bank Match
Alberto Del Rio, Chris Jericho, Sami Zayn, Kevin Owens, Dean Ambrose and Cesaro are all squaring off to get their hands on the briefcase and the bookies are seemingly unsure on who will walk away with the contract.
What is safe to assume, however, is that Del Rio, Jericho, Zayn & Cesaro have no chance with the Mexican being the longest shot at +2500.
At the moment, Owens is the slight favourite to walk away with the briefcase, as he is valued at -140. Ambrose is second behind him at +250, which while being a fair bit back, in a six-way field doesn't represent bad value and shows that the bookies think he could also come out on top.
Interestingly, AJ Styles is the favourite to beat John Cena, while The New Day are very slightly favoured to come out with the WWE tag team titles ahead of The Club, who aren't far behind. In the other title match on the card, Rusev is a clear favourite to be victorious over Titus O'Neil, who nobody expects to win.