Tour of Flanders 2019 Latest Betting Markets 1

Tour of Flanders 2019 Latest Betting Markets

Now would be a good time for you to start making sense of the Tour of Flanders cycling event of 2019, and I say that with confidence for some betting sites are offering some very generous odds on all of the riders that are expected to take part in that event.

Take for example the Coral Sportsbook, not only do they have odds chalked up on both their online and mobile betting sites for each rider, they are also giving punters a decent set of each-way betting terms too, that pay one fourth of the win odds for riders finishing in the top three positions.

As for just which rider most punters are currently backing, well Peter Sagan has been attracting a fair bit of support, which has resulted in his win odds dropping down to just 10/3, however those odds are still attractive and if you fancy his chances you now know just where to back him at.

Greg van Avermaet is the second favourite to win the 2019 Tour of Flanders, but whether he will or not does of course remain to be seen, but for those of you out there that think he is in with a chance of winning then you can secure win odds on him of 6/1 right now.

Philippe Gilbert Current Third Favourite

A little bit further down the betting markets you are going to find riders such as Philippe Gilbert, and he does have the skill and abilities to win a race of this nature and as far as his odds go, well they are currently around the 7/1 mark.

Moving onto riders that have double-digit odds associated with them, there are plenty of them to pick and choose from, bit one rider that could be worth a speculative each-way punt is Tiesj Benoot and his odds are reasonable to be honest currently at 10/1.

Other Riders to Consider Backing

The thing about cycling competitions such as the Tour of Flanders is that most punters are going to have their own personal opinions of just which riders have the best chance of being placed or even winning that event.

Therefore if you fancy backing some of the slightly lesser fancied riders you have more than enough of them to pick and choose from.

Having said that though there are a handful of riders that could quite easily win this event and those that do immediately spring to mind who have some much more attractive and higher odds attached to them include the likes of Niki Terpstra at 12/1 along with Michal Kwiatkowski and Sep Vanmarcke who are both currently trading at 14/1.

As for the names of some other riders that could get placed this year they include some of the 16/1 shots who are Wout Van Aert and Zdenek Stybar and possibly even Mathieu Van Der Poel and Yves Lampaert who are fairly easy to back right now at odds of 18/1, but those odds could change at any time, so do keep that in mind.

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