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Charlotte is a five-time WWE Women's Champion. Pictured: Charlotte attends a Meet & Greet at JCPenney on Aug. 18, 2016 in New York City. Getty Images

WWE Fastlane 2017 is the final pay-per-view before WrestleMania 33. With a card featuring only superstars from “Monday Night Raw” and four titles on the line, a few wrestlers stand out as significant favorites to win their matches.

Goldberg and Kevin Owens will fight in the main event for the WWE Universal Championship Sunday night. Owens has held the belt since Finn Balor was forced to vacate it the night after SummerSlam, and Goldberg hasn’t held a world title in over 13 years. But it would be a stunning turn of events if Goldberg didn’t leave Fastlane as the new WWE Universal Champion.

Paddy Power gives Goldberg 1/14 betting odds to win the match, while Owens is a 6/1 underdog. Goldberg is headed towards a match with Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania 33, and it appears the No. 1 “Monday Night Raw” title will be on the line. Owens is likely to lose the championship and begin a feud with Chris Jericho that will culminate with a match at WWE’s biggest event of 2017.

The Raw Women’s Championship is also expected to change hands at Fastlane. Charlotte Flair is a 1/8 favorite to defeat Bayley, who has 9/2 odds. Bayley defeated Charlotte for the title on Feb. 13 with help from Sasha Banks, but WWE is likely to make her first title run a short one.

Charlotte has lost four championship matches on “Monday Night Raw,” but she’s perfect on PPV. Going 16-0 on Sunday night, she should find a way to defeat Bayley. Sasha (4/9) is expected to defeat Nia Jax (13/8) at Fastlane, and a victory for her could help set up a fatal-4-way for the Raw Women’s Championship at WrestleMania 33.

The Cruiserweight Championship is the only singles belt that isn’t expected to change hands. Neville is a 1/5 favorite to retain his title. Jack Gallagher has 3/1 odds, and it would be surprising to see him end Neville’s championship reign before WrestleMania 33.

The Raw Tag Team Championships are also expected to stay put with Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson (1/4) favored over Enzo Amore and Big Cass (5/2). Samoa Joe is a heavy favorite (1/10) over Sami Zayn (5/1) in a non-title match.

Roman Reigns (5/6) and Braun Strowman (5/6) both have the same odds in their match, which appears to be the most difficult to predict on the Fastlane card. The Undertaker could interfere during the match, and he has 1/2 odds to show up at ringside.

The Undertaker and Reigns will most likely meet at WrestleMania 33.