Milano - San Remo Winner Odds Comparison - Cycling

Peter Sagan3.754.503.6043.75
Caleb Ewan6.5056.5076.50
Fernando Gaviria105.5076.509.50
Elia Viviani888.50108
Alexander Kristoff1013141510
Arnaud Demare1716151117
Michal Kwiatkowski1716151117
Julian Alaphilippe1916211219
Michael Matthews2619231526
Andre Greipel---26-
Sonny Colbrelli2929262629
Greg Van Avermaet3426312634
Pascal Ackermann2641--25
Alejandro Valverde342931-34
Matteo Trentin2941362629
Philippe Gilbert4137313439
John Degenkolb5123412349
Matej Mohoric4129365140
Pascal Ackerman--41--
Nacer Bouhanni4167512640
Magnus Cort Nielsen5145463450
Dylan Groenewegen5141416749
Sam Bennett4167565141
Vincenzo Nibali6751562166
Bryan Coquard-5161--
Marcel Kittel-677167-
Jurgen Roelandst8151618171
Edvald Boasson Hagen6781716766
Gianni Moscon818171-71
Primož Roglic6710171-65
Niccolo Bonifazio81---71
Ben Swift81818110171
Tim Wellens1016771-101
Mark Cavendish126817151101
Daryl Impey1018181-101
Giacomo Nizzolo1264581-126
Jasper Stuyven12610110151101
Romain Bardet101101101-101
Fabio Jakobsen126101101-101
Danny van Poppel126-101-126
Luis Leon Sanchez126-101-126
Alexey Lutsenko151-15167126
Sacha Modolo2018110167176
Ryan Gibbons101-176-101
Christophe Laporte126-151101126
Zdenek Stybar151151101-126
Bob Jungels151151151-151
Michael Valgren20181151-176
Tony Gallopin251126151101201
Soren Kragh Andersen201126151-201
Edward Theuns251-176101201
Jasper Philipsen201-176-201
Fabio Felline301-176101251
Daniel Oss251-176151251
Jens Keukeleire251-176-201
Oliver Naesen251-151-251
Jay McCarthy301151176-251
Jens Debusschere251-176-251
Enrico Battaglin251-176-251
Krists Neilands251-176-251
Simone Consonni251-276-201
Tom Dumoulin301-276101301
Matti Breschel401-27651351
Nathan Haas401-176101401
Michael Albasini301-276-251
Luca Mezgec301-276-251
Wout Van Aert301-276-251
Tiesj Benoot301-276-251
Simon Clarke301-276-251
Patrick Bevin401126226-351
Dylan Teuns301-276-301
Diego Ulissi401-276151351
Davide Cimolai401-276-351
Daniele Bennati401-276-351
Geraint Thomas401-276-351
Heinrich Haussler401-276-351
Jakub Mareczko401-276-351
Sep Vanmarcke401-276-351
Maximiliano Richeze401-276-351
Kristoffer Halvorsen401-276-351
Steven Cummings501-276101501
Maximilian Walscheid401-276-401
Mads Pedersen401-276-401
Nikias Arndt401-276-401
Ivan Garcia Cortina401-276-401
Giovanni Visconti401-276-401
Enrico Gasparotto401-276-401
Gianluca Brambilla401-276-401
Davide Ballerini401-276-401
Clement Venturini401-276-401
Alvaro Hodeg401-276-401
Anthony Roux501-276-451
Alberto Bettiol501-276-451
Rui Costa501-276-451
Oscar Gatto501-276-501
Matteo Pelucchi501-276-501
Sondre Holst Enger501-501-451
Christopher Lawless501-501-451
Eduard Prades501-501-451
Matteo Malucelli601-276-601
Rudy Barbier501-501-501
Carlos Barbero501-501-501
Arthur Vichot501-501-501
Francesco Gavazzi501-501-501
Jempy Drucker601-501-551
Jose Goncalves601-501-551
Jose Joaquin Rojas Gil601-501-551
Kristian Sbaragli601-501-551
Andrea Guardini601-501-551
Rick Zabel601-501-551
Silvan Dillier601-501-551
Samuel Dumoulin601-501-551
Taylor Phinney601-501-551
Tom Jelte Slagter601-501-551
Mattia Cattaneo601-501-551
Michael Morkov601-501-601
Moreno Hofland601-501-601
Riccardo Minali601-501-601
Daniel McLay601-501-601
Jasper de Buyst601-501-601
Ian Stannard601-501-601
Guillaume Boivin751-501-701
Jasha Sütterlin751-501-701
Alexis Vuillermoz751-501-701
Reinhardt Janse Van Rensburg751-501-701
Manuel Belletti751-501-701
Marc Sarreau751-501-701
Moreno Marchetti751-501-751
Simon Geschke751-501-751
Julien Simon751-501-751
Jacopo Guarnieri1001-501-951
Francisco Ventoso1001-501-951
Benjamin Thomas1001-501-951
Vincenzo Albanese1001-501-951
Matteo Montaguti1001-501-951
Andrea Vendrame1001-501-1001
Davide Gabburo1001-501-1001
Grega Bole1001-501-1001
Sam Brand2501-501-2001

The Milan-San Remo is the longest classic on the World Tour circuit and, with the 2016 event being the 107th edition of the race, also one of the most historic. This year it will be contested on the 19th March and The Spring Classic looks as open as ever with many of the world’s top road cyclists heading to Italy to try and win the first major classic of the season. We take a brief look at the history of the race, as well as considering who is likely to challenge this season, offering race analysis, predictions, betting tips and live odds comparison.

Our live odds comparison is a very useful tool, especially in an event such as the Milan-San Remo where the list of possible winners is quite long. The best odds on the various contenders can differ significantly from one bookmaker to the next but our odds comparison makes finding the best betting odds quick and easy. By only ever betting at the best available prices you increase your overall profitability by maximising value, so whether you think it will be King Kristoff, Captain Cavendish or Super Sagan, be sure to check out our Milan-San Remo live odds.

The outright winner betting is currently headed by Alexander Kristoff and the Norwegian is available at best odds of 9/2 with Sky Bet. The 28 year old rides for Katusha and over the past couple of seasons has been a serial winner of big one-day races, including the Milan-San Remo in 2014 and the Tour of Flanders in 2015. He also won a further three races last season and as a sprinter and Classics specialist he has to be respected.

The Milan-San Remo, which was first raced way back in 1907 certainly tends to favour the sprinters as, despite the race being very long at almost 300km, the route is largely flat. Belgian legend Eddy Merckx has won the race a record seven times and it is home riders who have dominated overall, with Italian cyclists winning an impressive 50 Milan-San Remos, including four wins by different cyclists between 2002 and 2006.

That said, Filippo Pozzato’s win for Quick-Step-Innergetic back in 2006 was the last home success, with German John Degenkolb winning last year. Degenkolb won’t be defending here though after he was one of six members of his team to be hit by a car in training in Spain.

Kristoff was the runner-up last year, going so close to defending his title but it is the man that finished third in this race 12 months ago who we predict will taste glory in La Classicissima di primavera this season. Our main betting tip for the outright winner of the 2016 Milan-San Remo is something of an outsider, priced at best betting odds of 10/1 with Ladbrokes but we think the Aussie Michael Matthews is more than capable of springing a surprise in northern Italy.

Matthews is available at the same odds as Manxman Mark Cavendish with some firms, although “Cav” is available at 14/1 with BetVictor but whilst the Manx Missile’s best days are behind him, the future looks bright for Matthews. The Canberra-born 25 year old rides for Orica–GreenEDGE and with stage wins at the Giro d’Italia and the Vuelta, as well as race wins in the Clásica de Almería and the Vuelta a La Rioja, he knows what winning feels like. Double digit odds are just too good to turn down and we think Matthews is the value pick ahead of the likes of Peter Sagan (5/1 with Sky Bet) and Nacer Bouhanni (15/1 with Bet365).

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