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Tour de France - Winner Betting Tips and Odds


Chris Froome
Tom Dumoulin
Richie Porte
Nairo Quintana
Mikel Landa
Miguel Angel Lopez
Vincenzo Nibali
Romain Bardet
Rigoberto Uran
Fabio Aru
Geraint Thomas
Ilnur Zakarin-
Jakob Fuglsang
Daniel Martin
Thibout Pinot
Alejandro Valverde
Esteban Chavez
Warren Barguil
Adam Yates
Rafal Majka
Primož Roglic
Bauke Mollema
Wilco Kelderman
Bob Jungels
Simon Yates
Steven Kruijswijk
Wouter Poels
Julian Alaphilippe
Louis Meintjes
Ion Izaguirre
Rohan Dennis
Tejay Van Garderen
Michal Kwiatkowski-
George Bennett
Pierre-Roger Latour
Sergio Luis Henao
Carlos Betancour
Leopold Konig
Samuel Sanchez--
Andrew Talansky-
Domenico Pozzovivo
Davide Formolo
Peter Sagan
Pierre Rolland
Robert Gesink
Marc Soler
Michael Woods-
David De La Cruz-
David Gaudu-
Tanel Kangert
Tony Martin-
Damiano Caruso-
Egan Bernal-
Mikel Nieve-
Rein Taaramae-
Roman Kreuziger-
Rui Costa
Emanuel Buchmann
Andrey Amador
Jack Haig-
Guillaume Martin-
Jan Hirt-
Jarlinson Pantano-
Joseph Dombrowski-
Ondrej Cink--
Tiesj Benoot-
Tony Gallopin-
Patrick Konrad-
Mathias Frank-
Lilian Calmejane-
Laurens De Plus-
Sam Oomen--
Ruben Fernandez--
Sebastien Reichenbach--
Serge Pauwels-
John Darwin Atapuma-
Hugh Carthy-
Enric Mas Nicolau--
Diego Rosa-
Daniel Moreno-
Alexis Vuillermoz-
Ben Hermans-
Louis Vervaeke-

This is the first season in which we’re seeing Chris Froome have serious concerns about his form. For the first time since his opening Tour win in 2013, he heads into the biggest race of the season with a questionable record behind him. However, he’s been so dominant of late that no one seems to think it’s a massive problem.

If Froome does win the Grand Tour, it will be the first time he’s won it without a victory at Criterium de Dauphine in advance. That wasn’t his only disappointment, while Team Sky have their fair share of problems right now. There are some concerns for Froome, yet Betfred make him the 6/4 favourite to win the Grand Tour for the fourth year running.

Who are the Other Contenders?

The main reason that Froome is leading the way in our minds is because he has little competition. The bookies seem a little jittery over this one, with Richie Porte 7/4 with Coral to take the Yellow Jersey in Paris.

However, Porte’s record doesn’t exactly back up that price. He’s a rider who is always prone to a lapse, which could cost him vital minutes at any point over the next three weeks. While his form has been good, there are a few too many nagging questions for us to back him at that price.

He’s the only contender who is close to Froome in the betting, but his second place finish at Criterium de Dauphine could be a worry. His team made crucial errors late on, which saw him settle for second. Instead of going straight out to rectify problems – which Froome would have done – Porte went home after the race. That could leave him short going into the mountains this year, which has to be a huge worry for his team.

Right now, Froome seems like the most likely winner. However, you can keep an eye on the latest prices from a range of bookies with our odds comparison, which gives you the biggest prices available on each contender. No matter if you’re backing our betting tips or following predictions of your own, odds comparison could make a big difference in your returns. After all, why wouldn’t you want the best betting odds available?

Is there a Dark Horse?

One man who has been pushed forward for a good tournament is Simon Yates, who comes into the Tour as Orica-Scott’s best hope of a successful few weeks. They will be aiming to push him up the Young Rider classification. He’s priced at 6/4 with Coral to take the White Jersey, but he’s a massive price to go all the way.

He can be backed at a huge 200/1 with Betfair, and we see Yates at least pushing towards the top of the general classification. He seems like excellent value to record a top ten finish, which can be backed at 5/4 with Ladbrokes.

However, we think Yates and his team will have their sights set slightly higher, so it might be worth taking more of a risk. Yates is 40/1 with 888Sport for a top three finish, while he’s also worth an each-way punt with Betfair paying out on the top three finishers. Yates seems like the best outside bet, while Froome is likely to go on and dominate again.

Regardless of who you’re backing at the Tour de France this year, don’t forget to check our odds comparison before you place a bet. Odds comparison is the best way to ensure that you get the biggest possible returns from your prediction. It gives you the best available price across a multitude of bookmakers, so you know you’re getting the highest odds available.