Heading into Sunday's WWE "No Mercy 2017" pay-per-view, the team of Seth Rollins and Dean Ambrose has held the "Raw" tag team titles for just over a month. They'll look to keep their reign going when they defend the titles against former champions Sheamus and Cesaro. The two teams have been battling back and forth over the past several weeks on "Raw" setting up an interesting rematch for the latest PPV. Here's a preview of the Rollins and Ambrose vs. Sheamus and Cesaro title match along with a winner prediction based on the latest match odds.

Match buildup

For weeks, fans had watched as Dean Ambrose and Seth Rollins seemed reluctant to join forces. The former Shield brothers seemed to not trust one another, particular Ambrose in terms of his suspicion of Rollins after a previous betrayal. However, the two had a common threat in Sheamus and Cesaro. They eventually reunited to take out the tag team champions at the WWE "SummerSlam 2017" PPV. With that Rollins and Ambrose have now held onto the belts for over a month.

The former tag team champions Sheamus and Cesaro will get their rematch at Sunday's WWE "No Mercy 2017" PPV. For the last several episodes of WWE "Raw," fans have watched as the former champs have been trying to stage attacks on the current title holders.

Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson, as well as the Hardy Boyz, have also got involved.

Towards the end of that match, "The Celtic Warrior" and Cesaro left their partners in the match, allowing Rollins, Ambrose, and the Hardys to capture an easier win. Still, this will be a two-team battle at Sunday's PPV. Can the former "Raw" tag team champions reclaim the titles for their third reign?

Who will win?

The Irish sportsbook Paddy Power is offering odds on the WWE "Raw" tag team title match along with several others on the PPV card. Right now, the current champions Seth Rollins and Dean Ambrose are favorites at 1 to 4 odds on the sportsbook. The team of Sheamus and Cesaro is listed as 5 to 2 underdogs to win the match.

Keep in mind that the match betting odds could change in favor of the underdogs in any match as the pay-per-view gets closer.

An upset is always possible, but it seems for the time being that Seth and Dean have really connected with fans as two-thirds of The Shield. Look for the current champs to retain. The fact they're still on the same roster with fellow Shield teammate Roman Reigns seems to set up a reunion at some point as all three men join forces in the ring. One also has to wonder if WWE will bring a new team to the main roster to challenge Rollins and Ambrose at some point.

WWE fans, do you believe Rollins and Ambrose will still be tag team champions after Sunday's WWE "No Mercy" PPV?