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Who Will Win the Tour De France?

Who Will Win the Tour De France? 1

I want to take a look at the current state of the betting on this year’s Tour De France for I do know that many of our website visitors like to have the odds bet here and there on that very gruelling of races that are going to be played out over the next few weeks.

Therefore, let me start off with looking at the two riders that have been backed heavily on the early betting markets and will probably continue to be backed heavily as the betting markets switch over to in-play ones moving forward.

As for the current favourite to win the Tour De France this year, well he has been the favourite for quite some time now and that rider is of course the highly experience and it does have to be said highly talented Bernal, and as to whether there is any value left betting on his at this rather late stage, well you should still find bookies out there that will lay you odds of 2/1 on him winning.

Then there is the other riders that has been attracting plenty of support of many months, and that is of course the second favourite Thomas, and his odds are ever so slightly higher than those of the favourite, for you can back him if you are quick at odds of around the 5/2 mark.

You Can Also Bet Each-Way

You may be put off backing any rider at this very early stage of the Toru De France, and one option that may just be much more preferable to you will be to place a bet on any rider each-way instead, and you will find some decent each-way betting terms if you do just that.

As for what are the best each-way terms, well be on the lookout for bookies that are going to be paying out to three places and will give you odds of at least one quarter of the win odds on the place part of any Tour De France each-way bet.

Riders Worth Backing Each-Way

As long as you do manage to find a bookies offering you decent each-way betting terms then there are plenty of other riders that do have the skill and raw talent to have a great chance of finishing in one of the top few positions of the Tour De France this year,

As for which riders they are, well the current odds do tell their own stories and will certa8nly give you an idea as to which riders other punters think are going to do well this year, and the very first one that does spring to mind is Fuglsang at 5/1.

However, a case could also be made for riders such as Yates at 12/1 and there is a lot to like about the way that Porte and Quintana both trading at 16/1 have been riding recently, and some other riders available at much higher odds that you may just fancy backing each-way include Pinot at 18/1 and Bardet and Kruijswijk at 20/1.