With just three days until Money in the Bank, WWE fans are looking forward to one of the most exciting pay-per-views of the year.
And on Sunday, both ladder matches are going to be even more exciting than ever - with eight participants fighting for the briefcase in both the men's and the women's bouts.
SMACKDOWN VS RAW
The superstars are also split evenly between the RAW and SmackDown brands - with Kevin Owens, Braun Strowman, Finn Balor and Bobby Roode representing RAW.
The Miz, Samoa Joe, Rusev and one member of The New Day will be fighting to bring the briefcase back to Tuesday nights - to cash in on either AJ Styles or Shinsuke Nakamura.
For the second time, WWE's top women will also be battling for a contract in their ladder match. Like the men's match, participants are also split evenly between RAW and SmackDown.
Natalya, Ember Moon, Alexa Bliss and Sasha Banks will be representing the red brand, while Lana, Charlotte Flair, Becky Lynch and Naomi come from the blue brand.
With just days to go until both matches, the bookies have updated their latest odds and are predicting who's going to walk out with the briefcase in both matches.
For the men's match, Oddschecker has made The Miz favourite, with odds at 5/4. Following closely behind him is Balor, who's at 2/1, Strowman at 5/2 and Samoa Joe at 7/2.
Owens, Rusev and Roode have slightly longer odds, with 8/1, 10/1 and 25/1 respectively. The surprise New Day member is not currently listed.
In the women's match, Natalya is the current favourite to win, with the shorted odds at 11/8. Banks, Bliss and Charlotte have odds of 11/4, 7/2 and 5/1 behind the favourite.
Lynch's odds are 6/1, while Ember Moon, Naomi and Lana would all be shock winners, with odds of 13/2, 16/1 and 25/1.
THE MEN'S CONTRACT COMING TO SMACKDOWN?
With The Miz being made favourite, it looks likely that the Money in the Bank contract will be going back to SmackDown Live once again.
This wouldn't come as too much of a shock, considering last year it was Baron Corbin who took the briefcase back to Tuesday nights.
And with the current Universal Champion, Brock Lesnar, not expected to make too many appearances on RAW before SummerSlam, it makes sense that the threat of a cash in will be made against a fighting champion - whether it be Styles or Nakamura, on SmackDown.
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