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The betting odds favor The New Day to keep their titles at WWE Hell in a Cell 2017. Pictured: Kofi Kingston, Big E and Xavier Woods arrive for "Monday Night Raw" at 02 Brooklyn Bowl on April 18, 2016 in London. Getty Images

It’s been well over two months since there was a pay-per-view exclusively with the “SmackDown Live” roster, but that changes Sunday night in Detroit. WWE Hell in a Cell 2017 features seven matches on the main card, none of which have an overwhelming favorite, according to the latest betting odds.

WWE Hell in a Cell starts at 7 p.m. EDT with the kickoff show on WWE Network, though the PPV officially gets underway at 8 p.m. EDT. Fans can either watch the event with a live stream on WWE Network or order the PPV for $54.99. A subscription to the network costs $9.99 per month, though new subscribers get the first month free.

The show’s main event features the most lopsided match in terms of betting odds. Kevin McMahon is a pretty heavy favorite over Shane McMahon in their Hell In a Cell Match, though it wouldn’t be shocking to see the commissioner of “SmackDown Live” get his hand raised. Shane has lost twice since he returned to WWE in early 2016, falling to The Undertaker and AJ Styles in singles matches. He was part of Team SmackDown’s win over Team Raw a year ago at Survivor Series.

Every champion is favored to retain their belt, though The Usos are the challengers that are considered to have the best chance of winning Sunday. They’ll face The New Day in the cell, potentially completing what’s probably been the best tag team feud of 2017 in WWE. Both teams have wins against the other at a PPV.

It wouldn’t exactly be surprising to see Charlotte Flair defeat Natalya for the SmackDown Women’s Championship. Sunday marks Charlotte’s first singles match for the title since she joined the blue brand in April, though she won the Raw Women’s Championship on four separate occasions.

Jinder Mahal is expected to defeat Shinsuke Nakamura and successfully defend the WWE Championship, once again. Jinder is the longest reigning champion on “SmackDown Live,” having beaten Randy Orton three times on PPV and Nakamura at SummerSlam. Whether he’s gotten help from the Singh Brothers or The Great Khali, Jinder has yet to win a title match clean.

Orton is favored to win his rematch against Rusev. Bobby Roode is expected to defeat Dolph Ziggler in his WWE PPV debut.

Chad Gable & Shelton Benjamin will face The Hype Bros on the kickoff show, though there are no odds for that match.

Below are the betting odds available for WWE Hell in a Cell 2017, via Paddy Power.

Shane McMahon (15/8) vs. Kevin Owens (4/11) (Hell in a Cell Falls Count Anywhere Match)

WWE Champion Jinder Mahal (4/7) vs. Shinsuke Nakamura (5/4)

SmackDown Women’s Champion Natalya (4/6) vs. Charlotte Flair (11/10)

SmackDown Tag Team Champions The New Day (6/11) vs. The Usos (Even) (Hell in a Cell Match)

United States Champion AJ Styles (4/9) vs. Baron Corbin (6/4)

Bobby Roode (1/2) vs. Dolph Ziggler (6/4)

Randy Orton (8/11) vs. Rusev (Even)