Today is your very last chance to place a bet on the Tour de France, and this stage 21 of that ever popular race is over a 116km course that will take the riders from Houilles to Paris, and that course is best described as being flat, which will be music to the ears of the riders!
You are of course going to find all of the usual betting opportunities available to you on that race, and as far as the one rider that is heading all betting markets as being the rider that is much more likely to win this final stage, that honour goes to Arnaud Demare.
If you do think he is going to come out on top and take this final stage of the Tour de France quite easily, then you should be making use of and securing the 5/4 odds that are currently on offer from betting sites such as Betfred.
However, there are two other riders that I do personally feel should not be overlooked in this race, and those are Alexander Kristoff whose odds of winning this final stage are 3/1 and also Peter Sagan, who surely does have the skill and abilities of winning a stage of this nature, and for those of you who do fancy his chances, his win odds at Betfred for example are generous at 9/2!
Bet Each-Way at a Quarter of the Win Odds
As for each-way betting opportunities, you are going to be very hard pressed to find a more generous betting site than Betfred when it comes to the place part of such a bet, for they are offering one quarter of the win odds on that part of an each-way bet on riders that fill the top three positions of this race.
With that in mind if could be worth placing such a bet on Christophe Laporte at 8/1, or both John Degenkolb and Magnus Cort Nielsen at 14/1 or even Edvald Boasson Hagen and Sonny Colbrelli at 16/1 or for a riskier type of bet consider backing Maximiliano Richeze at 33/1, Jasper Stuyven at 50/1 or even Greg Van Avermaet at 66/1!
Riders with No Chance of Winning
I think it is very true to say that any of the riders that I have not yet mentioned have any realistic chance of winning the final stage, that being Stage 21 of this year’s Tour de France, however I would like to point out that the odds on all of the other riders are 100/1 with the exception of Nikias Arndt who has been attracting a tiny bit of support and as such his win odds are 66/1!
I do know that some punters may be eager to place a few best here and there on the complete and rank outsiders to win this race, and if that is something you fancy doing then I would suggest you check out the betting exchange at Betfair, as you may find odds much higher on the last few remain riders I haven’t yet mentioned of over 100/1!