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WWE Survivor Series 2020 Odds, Preview, and Predictions

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by Graham "GSM" Matthews in Entertainment

Updated Mar 3, 2021 · 12:09 PM PST

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  • WWE Survivor Series 2020 will take place on Sunday, November 22nd, 2020
  • Superstars from SmackDown and Raw will battle for brand supremacy
  • Who do betting odds favor emerging victorious in each bout? See odds, analysis, and our best bets below

Since 2016, Survivor Series has hosted WWE’s annual battle for brand supremacy between Raw and SmackDown. The champions from each brand have almost always faced off while two traditional Survivor Series tag team elimination matches have taken place.

In addition to all of that, this year’s installment will also mark the exact 30-year anniversary of when The Undertaker debuted in WWE. The company has promised that The Deadman will give his “final farewell” though, it remains to be seen whether he’ll be interrupted by someone such as The Fiend in order to plant the seeds for one more match at WrestleMania 37.

Ahead of Survivor Series, let’s take a look at the favorites that will emerge victorious in each advertised bout according to the current betting odds.

WWE Survivor Series 2020 Odds

Standard Match Odds
Bobby Lashley -325
Sami Zayn +215
Standard Match Odds
Asuka +120
Sasha Banks -160
Standard Match Odds
The New Day -120
The Street Profits -120
10-Woman Survivor Series Elimination Match Odds
Team Raw +130
Team SmackDown -170
10-Man Survivor Series Elimination Match Odds
Team Raw -180
Team SmackDown +140
Standard Match Odds
Drew McIntyre +175
Roman Reigns -250

Odds from Nov. 19

Lashley vs Zayn

Bobby Lashley and Sami Zayn have history from their short-lived feud in 2018. Although they’re likely capable of having a quality contest together, this the only bout on the show with a heel vs heel dynamic and thus it will be a bit more difficult for fans to get invested in the action.


Both guys have been doing great work in their respective roles recently. So, while it virtually doesn’t matter who wins, Lashley has been the more dominant champion of the two and should emerge victorious here.

Asuka vs Banks

Needless to say, Asuka and Sasha Banks are no strangers to one another following their stellar series of matches over the Raw Women’s Championship this past summer. They’ll wage war once again this Sunday, but this time around, Banks will be walking in with some gold of her own.

Between her back-to-back wins over Bayley and appearing in The Mandalorian, The Boss has been on quite the roll lately. Unless Carmella costs her this match, she’s the safe choice to win, and her -160 odds enforce that.

New Day vs Street Profits

After successfully defending their Raw Tag Team Championship against The Hurt Business on Monday night, Raw’s The New Day will collide with The Street Profits for the first time ever at Survivor Series. Both teams are terrific, and it’s a tough match to call, which would explain why they’re currently tied in the odds at -120 each.

Either tandem could go over, and it would make sense, but being newer to the WWE scene, Street Profits have more to gain here than New Day do. Expect Montez Ford and Angelo Dawkins to narrowly escape with the victory and earn the respect of Kofi Kingston and Xavier Woods in the process.

Women’s Survivor Series Elimination Match

SmackDown’s women’s team will consist of Bianca Belair, The Riott Squad, and two others while Raw’s women’s team will consist of Nia Jax, Shayna Baszler, Peyton Royce, Lacey Evans, and Lana. The build to this bout has been a complete mess with Royce and Evans replacing the injured duo of Mandy Rose and Dana Brooke as well as with Jax and Baszler bullying Lana at every turn.

The story they’ve told up to this point would seem to suggest that Lana will be the sole survivor, but that would be the wrong direction to go in. Rather, Belair is primed for that sole survivor spot, regardless of who her two mystery partners end up being.

Men’s Survivor Series Elimination Match

AJ Styles, Braun Strowman, Keith Lee, Riddle, and Sheamus will represent Raw and Kevin Owens, Jey Uso, Seth Rollins, King Corbin, and another Superstar will represent SmackDown. Although the women of SmackDown are favored to reign supreme, it’s the opposite with the men’s match as Team Raw are leading in the odds at -180.

Everyone on the SmackDown squad has been focused on their own stories lately, while at least Team Raw has attempted to bond together and become a cohesive unit. Strowman has plenty of Survivor Series success and should be the key to another win for Team Raw here.

McIntyre vs Reigns

The main event for Survivor Series received a significant upgrade when Drew McIntyre regained the WWE Championship from Randy Orton this past week on Raw. It will now be a rematch from WrestleMania 35 between McIntyre and Roman Reigns, except that the roles will be reversed this time around.

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Both men have been incredibly dominant in recent months and, this matchup could go either way. Reigns has a slight advantage in the odds at -250.  This is bound to be an instant classic no matter, which brand earns the bragging rights.

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