2019 Tour de France Betting Odds and Tips

Bet365LadbrokesWilliamHillBetfairCoralMansionBet
Egan Bernal3.503.503.7533.503.90
Chris Froome4.504.33554.334
Primož Roglic686.506.5085.50
Tom Dumoulin6.5078775.60
Thibout Pinot66.50966.508
Geraint Thomas91099.50108
Julian Alaphilippe151921111920
Simon Yates211919151925
Tadej Pogacar13341326349
Emanuel Buchmann3426-232629
Richard Carapaz292634232633
Mikel Landa342641262633
Steven Kruijswijk413434233428
Vincenzo Nibali414141364133
Enric Mas Nicolau345141415133
Miguel Angel Lopez342967312964
Remco Evenepoel8167-516751
Nairo Quintana815181615166
Jakob Fuglsang678167518150
Romain Bardet816781716771
Adam Yates816781716781
Richie Porte8181101718181
Rigoberto Uran126811267181126
Fabio Aru20110120181101126
Alejandro Valverde151151101176151176
Esteban Chavez201101151151101301
Wouter Poels151201251176201201
Sergio Higuita401126151101126301
James Knox--201---
Rafal Majka201151301276151176
Marc Soler201251201276251101
Daniel Martin301151251176151301
Wilco Kelderman251251251276251151
David Gaudu201-101276-401
Bjorg Lambrecht-251--251-
Ivan Ramiro Sosa301251251176251301
Bauke Mollema301251201276251301
Ilnur Zakarin301251251276251251
Bob Jungels501151151276151401
Pavel Sivakov401251201276251301
Rohan Dennis151251301276251501
Sam Oomen401251251276251351
Warren Barguil401251-276251351
Daniel Martinez601201301151201401
Mathieu Van Der Poel301501201276501201
George Bennett501251251276251501
Tao Geoghegan Hart601151-276151551
Pierre-Roger Latour501201501276201601
Domenico Pozzovivo601251501276251601
Lennard Kämna751401301276401551
Laurens De Plus601401501276401601
Ion Izaguirre601401501276401601
Hugh Carthy751301-276301701
Jan Hirt-501--501-
David De La Cruz-501-501501-
Pello Bilbao---501--
Sebastien Reichenbach-501-501501-
Rui Costa---501--
Xandro Meurisse-501--501-
Tejay Van Garderen751501501276501601
Louis Meintjes601501501501501551
Kasper Asgreen751501501501501451
Michael Woods751251501501251951
Davide Formolo601501501501501601
Guillaume Martin601501501501501601
Michal Kwiatkowski751501501501501551
Jack Haig751501-501501751
Carlos Betancour751501751501501751
Maximilian Schachmann10014015015014011001
Joseph Dombrowski1001501-501501751
Damiano Caruso751-751501-701
Alexey Lutsenko601-1001501-601
Patrick Konrad1501-201501-1001
Marc Hirschi1001--501-951
Fausto Masnada1001--501-951
Giulio Ciccone1001--501-951
Lucas Hamilton1001--501-1001
Wout Van Aert150150110015015011001
Roman Kreuziger1501-501501-1001
Valentin Madouas1501--501-1001
Lawson Craddock1001-----
Felix Grosschartner1501--501-1001
Ben O'Connor1501--501-1001
Eddie Dunbar1501-1501501-1001
Tiesj Benoot1501-1001501-1501
Jesus Herrada1501--501-1501
Mikel Nieve1501--501-1501
Peter Sagan1501-2001501-1501
Michael Valgren2501-----
Lukas Eriksson2501-----
Dylan Groenewegen4501----4001
Ivan Garcia Cortina4501-----

The Tour de France is the ultimate world cycling event and the 2019 renewal promises to be something special, with Geraint Thomas returning to defend his yellow jersey after a surprise victory in 2018.

The Welshman was initially thought to be playing second fiddle to champion Chris Froome within the Team Sky ranks, although Thomas stole a march halfway through the General Classification and ultimately proved to be the stronger rider which means he’s bidding for another victory.

Froome deliberately swerved the 2019 Giro d’Italia in advance of the Tour de France although his hopes of landing a fifth Tour de France were dealt a blow after a training accident and it means that the Brit won’t be lining up when the event takes place.

Egan Bernal Now a Main Contender

With the news that Tom Dumoulin is also absent from proceedings due to a knee injury, the outright betting market has been drastically altered in recent weeks. While Geraint Thomas is now trading as the favourite to win consecutive yellow jerseys, there has been plenty of support for Egan Bernal.

Bernal is another ride for Team Ineos and is regarded to be a first-string rider alongside Thomas which makes him a lively threat. Bernal was very impressive during the 2018 Tour despite the fact that he was made to work hard to ensure that Thomas and Froome were given good lead-ins during the mountain stage.

The 22-year-old looks like a massive threat and it could be that Bernal now gets the opportunity to emerge, with the Colombian taking advantage of the hole left by Froome’s absence.

Thomas Likely to Go For Win Again

It is clear that Geraint Thomas was not under team orders to allow Chris Froome to be top dog in the Team Sky ranks last year and will now be the primary ride for Team Ineos, with Bernal thought to be his main contender within the team.

Thomas was able to establish a lead during the 2018 Tour de France and, when it came to the crucial stages, the Welshman provided more stamina going up the mountains than Froome could provide.

We’re expecting more of the same from the 32-year-old who will be riding for the newly-named Team Ineos.

Jakob Fuglsang Also Among Favourites

There were worrying scenes in the Giro d’Italia as Tom Dumoulin was forced to retire from the event after crashing on stage four. Despite the Belgian’s best efforts to continue for Team Sunweb, the pain in his knee was too great and the 28-year-old has now been officially sidelined from the 2019 Tour de France.

With Froome also absent, many betting customers have latched on to Jakob Fuglsang, a rider who is regarded as one of the favourites by many cycling experts. The Astana rider has enjoyed victories at Liège–Bastogne–Liège, the Vuelta a Andalucía and the Critérium du Dauphiné, so he arrives for the Tour with strong credentials.

The big question mark is whether the Swiss can compete hard over a three-week period although he finished in a creditable twelfth place last year and will be looking for a top three finish as a minimum this time around.

Tour De France 2019 Starts on 6 July

We have 21 stages in total and, as usual, all will come down to those brutal mountain stages. There are five high mountain stages in total, with the first taking place on 18 July when the riders will go from Toulouse to Bagneres-de-Bigorre.

The action is particularly relentless in the final few days, with three consecutive mountain stages occurring between 25-27 July. The climb from Albertville to Val Thorens could be the defining moment on the penultimate day and it would be exciting if we saw a new winner crowned in the form of Egan Bernal.

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