If everything goes as planned later today, there will be plenty of people in the money, for with odds on offer of 7/4 on Andre Greipel being the Stage 7 winner of the Tour of Britain, lots of punters have placed a bet on him, and will be looking for a payday today.
However, much like all other stages of that major cycling event, it isn’t an easy one to negotiate, and there are a handful of other riders who may just be the winner of that challenging stage, and as such what I want to do today, whilst there is still time to place a bet on who you think is going to be the winner, is to look at which other riders may just beat the him and others.
As for where the smart money is going, well, above from the favourite it is very true to say that at 3/1, Caleb Ewan is certainly attractive a lot of money, and if you do fancy getting share of those odds then it will be William Hill that you should be placing your bets at!
As for which other rider could conceivably be the winner of this stage, that honour goes to Fernando Gaviria who is the 11/2 third favourite, and to be fair he does have the skills and abilities to come out on top if things go his way later today.
Patrick Bevin and Phil Bauhaus
There are two other riders that could be the winner of stage 7, and they are on offer at some very appealing odds, and whilst not in any way guaranteed to fill the top spot are worth taking a much closer look at.
Obviously anything can and often does happen in stage 7 of the Toru of Britain cycling event, and that could be the key to ether Patrick Bevin or Phil Bauhaus being the winner of that stage, and if you think they will you can bag odds on them of 18/1.
Bet Each-Way Instead
It is certainly not unheard of for one of the much lesser fancied riders to either win any one single stage of the Tour of Britain or fill one of the top positions on any stage, and if you are something of an each-way shark then the terms for such bets placed on this race are fair over at the William Hill betting site.
They are going to be paying out on the place part of each-way bets to three positions, and not only that but they are going one quarter of the win odds on such bets placed with the too, so if you do fancy the chances of any of the riders who are available at some much greater odds then you should be considering placing your bets at that online and mobile sportsbook for sure1
As for who could just sneak into one of the top three positions or possibly be the winner of stage 7 as some much higher odds there is always the chance that Andra Guardini could at odds of 20/1 and there are also plenty of 25/1 and 33/1 shots that could also do so too including Ethan Hayter who is available at 25/1 and the 33/1 shots are Andrea Pasqualon, Emils Liepins and Julian Alaphilippe too!