Betting Opportunities on Stage 13 of the Tour de France

July 20, 2018 July 20, 2018 David Nugent

What I am going to be doing today is giving you an insight into the best odds that you are going to be able to secure if you fancy betting on the Stage 13 of the Tour de France, and that stage of the race is known as the Bourg D’Oisans Valence stage and to be perfectly honest it is just as changeling as most other stages!

However, what makes something of a change today is that instead of there being just one rider that is the red-hot favourite to win this stage of the Tour de France there are two riders that are joint favourites.

Therefore if you do fancy placing a bet on the riders that are favourites to win then it will be Arnaud Demare and Peter Sagan that you will need to be placing your money and bets on and their odds for reference currently are very, very reasonable at 9/4.

Alexander Kristoff could pull of a big surprise today and if you do fancy having a bet on him now is the time to act as his win odds are 7/1, and you are also going to be able to get odds of 14/1 on both John Degenkolb and Edvald Boasson Hagen, and some even higher odds of 16/1 are on offer on Sonny Colbrelli too!

Betting Each-Way

You can bet on a range of different outcomes in the Tour de France Stages, however when it comes to placing a fairly low risk bet or one that it at least lower in risk that an outright winner type of bet then consider placing an each-way bet.

By doing so you have to place two bets in one, the first part of that bet is going to cover your selected rider to win, and if they do so you are paid out at the full win odds you took when placing that bet.

However, if your chosen rider get placed in one of the higher positions in the race, usually first, second or third, then on the second part of the bet you will be paid out at one quarter of the win odds. If your rider does finish first both the first and second parts of such a bet will end up being winnings ones so you will get a payout on both of them!

Who To Bet On Each-Way

As for just which riders could return a winning pay-out if you do decide to place an each-way bet, there are a handful of them that I do like the look of with some good odds attached to them all too.

The first rider that may just be worth betting on via an each-way bet is Maximiliano Richeze and I have seen a number of different sportsbooks offering odds this morning of 25/1on that rider, another rider that is on offer at higher odds, those being odds of 40/1 who could get placed in this stage of the Toru de France is Greg Van Avermaet!

 

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Hi, my name is David and I am the chief editor of legalbettingreport.com, I am proud to bring you all latest legal matters concerning the sports betting industry , I am a keen sports fan, dabbling in a few odd bets on my beloved Everton FC

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