2020 Tour de France Analysis - Cycling Betting

2020 Tour de France Analysis – Cycling Betting

Written by on September 2, 2020

On Wednesday, Sep. 2, cyclists head to Stage 5 at the 2020 Tour de France. Heading into Stage 5, Julian Alaphilippe has the yellow jersey. Most believe, though, that the chalk will soon wrestle it away from Julian. Check out an update of where we are after Stage 4 along with information on some of the riders offering favorite’s odds to win the Tour de France.

Tour de France : Updates, Injuries, Highlights, Predictions, Odds to Win

2020 Tour de France

  • When: Saturday, Aug. 29 – Sunday, Sep 20

Odds to Win the 2020 Tour de France

  • Primoz Roglic +175
  • Egan Bernal +275
  • Tom Dumoulin +700
  • Thibout Pinot +700
  • Tadej Pogacar +1400

Roglic takes charge in Stage 4

Primoz Roglic, the +175 chalk to win the Tour before cyclists started pedaling on August 29, sprinted to the finish in the first summit race. Primoz got the 100-mile journey in 4-hours, 7 minutes, and 47 seconds.

Roglic cycles for Jumbo-Visma. JV is one of the top racing outfits in the world. His teammates set a fast-pace that Aliphilipe, the yellow jersey owner, said he couldn’t keep up with.

Towards the end of the race Roglic used a sprint to get to the finish line first. Primoz put questions regarding his form behind him. The crash he suffered at the Criterium du Dauphine hasn’t affect him at the Tour. Primoz is just 3 seconds behind Alaphilippe heading to Stage 5. 

Pogacar on Roglic’s heels

Tadej Pogacar clocked in second in Stage 4. The UAE Team Emirates cyclist displayed amazing grit to sprint along with Roglic. He couldn’t get past the world’s number one rider, but he did well enough to grab second-place.

After 4-days of racing, Pogacar has shown he’s a legit contender to win the event. If he keeps it up, the 21-year-old could be the second youngest rider to ever win the Tour de France.

When will Bernal make his move?

Defending champion Egan Bernal is 17 seconds behind Julian Alaphilippe in the General Classification. The GC winner takes the yellow jersey and the individual Tour de France Championship. 

Egan isn’t stressing. The young Ineos rider said that the goal is to not lose “too many points” before the third week. Bernal stressed that he believes he and his team can make up time on “the long climbs”. 

We mustn’t count out Egan. Last year, he proved that he could win the Tour de France without so many long climbs. This year’s Tour takes place exclusively in France, which is why Bernal remains confident.  

Tour de France lasts for most of September

Not counting Stage 5, check out the current top ten at the 2020 Tour de France. We added the seconds each cyclist is behind the leader. 

  1. Julian Alaphilippe – Leader 
  2. Adam Yates – 4 seconds 
  3. Primoz Roglic – 7 seconds 
  4. Tadej Pogacar – 11 seconds 
  5. Guillaume Martin – 13 seconds 
  6. Egan Bernal – 17 seconds
  7. Tom Dumoulin – 17 seconds
  8. Esteban Rubio – 17 seconds
  9. Nairo Quintana – 17 seconds
  10. Miguel Angel Moreno – 17 seconds

Bernal, Pogacar, and Roglic look solid to jump into the top three spots by the end of the second week. They might start the second week in the top three spots.

Watch out for Egan Bernal. Again, he won last year without so many mountain races. Bernal will make up time. So will Nairo Quintana. Nairo excels on long climbs. So, he should make a run into the top five in week two or week three.

Have a great rest of your week!

Tour de France Confirmed 2020 Start List

Team Ineos

  • 1. BERNAL Egan
  • 2. AMADOR Andrey
  • 3. CARAPAZ Richard
  • 4. CASTROVIEJO Jonathan
  • 5. KWIATKOWSKI Michał
  • 6. ROWE Luke
  • 7. SIVAKOV Pavel
  • 8. VAN BAARLE Dylan

Jumbo – Visma

  • 11. ROGLIČ Primož
  • 12. BENNETT George
  • 13. JANSEN Amund Grøndahl
  • 14. DUMOULIN Tom
  • 15. GESINK Robert
  • 16. KUSS Sepp
  • 17. MARTIN Tony
  • 18. VAN AERT Wout

Bora–Hansgrohe

  • 21. SAGAN Peter
  • 22. BUCHMANN Emanuel
  • 23. GROßSCHARTNER Felix
  • 24. KÄMNA Lennard
  • 25. MÜHLBERGER Gregor
  • 26. OSS Daniel
  • 27. PÖSTLBERGER Lukas
  • 28. SCHACHMANN Max

AG2R La Mondiale

  • 31. BARDET Romain
  • 32. CHEREL Mikaël
  • 33. COSNEFROY Benoit
  • 34. LATOUR Pierre
  • 35. NAESEN Oliver
  • 36. PETERS Nans
  • 37. VENTURINI Clément
  • 38. VUILLERMOZ Alexis

Deceuninck – Quick-Step

  • 41. ALAPHILIPPE Julian
  • 42. ASGREEN Kasper
  • 43. BENNETT Sam
  • 44. CAVAGNA Rémi
  • 45. DECLERCQ Tim
  • 46. DEVENYNS Dries
  • 47. JUNGELS Bob
  • 48. MØRKØV Michael

Groupama–FDJ

  • 51. PINOT Thibaut
  • 52. BONNET William
  • 53. GAUDU David
  • 54. KÜNG Stefan
  • 55. LADAGNOUS Matthieu
  • 56. MADOUAS Valentin
  • 57. MOLARD Rudy
  • 58. REICHENBACH Sébastien

Bahrain–McLaren

  • 61. LANDA Mikel
  • 62. BILBAO Pello
  • 63. CARUSO Damiano
  • 64. COLBRELLI Sonny
  • 65. HALLER Marco
  • 66. MOHORIČ Matej
  • 67. POELS Wout
  • 68. VALLS Rafael

EF Pro Cycling

  • 71. URÁN Rigoberto
  • 72. BETTIOL Alberto
  • 73. CARTHY Hugh
  • 74. HIGUITA Sergio
  • 75. KEUKELEIRE Jens
  • 76. MARTÍNEZ Daniel
  • 77. POWLESS Neilson
  • 78. VAN GARDEREN Tejay

Arkèa-Samsic

  • 81. QUINTANA Nairo
  • 82. ANACONA Winner
  • 83. BARGUIL Warren
  • 84. LEDANOIS Kevin
  • 85. QUINTANA Dayer
  • 86. ROSA Diego
  • 87. RUSSO Clément
  • 88. SWIFT Connor

Movistar Team

  • 91. VALVERDE Alejandro
  • 92. CATALDO Dario
  • 93. ERVITI Imanol
  • 94. MAS Enric
  • 95. OLIVEIRA Nelson
  • 96. ROJAS José Joaquín
  • 97. SOLER Marc
  • 98. VERONA Carlos

Trek–Segafredo

  • 101. PORTE Richie
  • 102. EG Niklas
  • 103. ELLISONDE Kenny
  • 104. MOLLEMA Bauke
  • 105. PEDERSEN Mads
  • 106. SKUJIŠ Toms
  • 107. STUYVEN Jasper
  • 108. THEUNS Edward

CCC Team

  • 111. VAN AVERMAET Greg
  • 112. DE MARCHI Alessandro
  • 113. GESCHKE Simon
  • 114. HIRT Jan
  • 115. KOCH Jonas
  • 116. SCHÄR Michael
  • 117. TRENTIN Matteo
  • 118. ZAKARIN Ilnur

Cofidis, Solutions Crédits

  • 121. MARTIN Guillaume
  • 122. CONSONNI Simone
  • 123. EDET Nicolas
  • 124. HERRADA Jésus
  • 125. LAPORTE Christophe
  • 126. PEREZ Anthony
  • 127. PÉRICHON Pierre-Luc
  • 128. VIVIANI Elia

UAE Team Emirates

  • 131. POGAČAR Tadej
  • 132. ARU Fabio
  • 133. DE LA CRUZ David
  • 134. FORMOLO Davide
  • 135. KRISTOFF Alexander
  • 136. LAENGEN Vegard Stake
  • 137. MARCATO Marco
  • 138. POLANC Jan

Astana Pro Team

  • 141. LÓPEZ Miguel Ángel
  • 142. FRAILE Omar
  • 143. HOULE Hugo
  • 144. IZAGIRRE Gorka
  • 145. IZAGIRRE Ion
  • 146. LUTSENKO Alexey
  • 147. SÁNCHEZ Luis León
  • 148. TEJADA Harold

Lotto-Soudal

  • 151. EWAN Caleb
  • 152. CRAS Steff
  • 153. DE BUYST Jasper
  • 154. DE GENDT Thomas
  • 155. DEGENKOLB John
  • 156. FRISON Frederik
  • 157. GILBERT Philippe
  • 158. KLUGE Roger

Mitchelton–Scott

  • 161. YATES Adam
  • 162. BAUER Jack
  • 163. BEWLEY Sam
  • 164. CHAVES Esteban
  • 165. IMPEY Daryl
  • 166. JUUL-JENSEN Christopher
  • 167. MEZGEC Luka
  • 168. NIEVE Mikel

Israel Start-Up Nation

  • 171. MARTIN Dan
  • 172. GREIPEL André
  • 173. HERMANS Ben
  • 174. HOFSTETTER Hugo
  • 175. NEILANDS Krists
  • 176. NIV Guy
  • 177. POLITT Nils
  • 178. VAN ASBROECK Tom

Total Direct Energie

  • 181. BONIFAZIO Niccolò
  • 182. BURGAUDEAU Mathieu
  • 183. CALMEJANE Lillian
  • 184. COUSIN Jérôme
  • 185. GRELLIER Fabien
  • 186. SICARD Romain
  • 187. SOUPE Geoffrey
  • 188. TURGIS Anthony

NTT Pro Cycling

  • 191. NIZZOLO Giacomo
  • 192. BOASSON HAGEN Edvald
  • 193. GIBBONS Ryan
  • 194. GOGL Michael
  • 195. VALGREN Michael
  • 196. KREUZIGER Roman
  • 197. POZZOVIVO Domenico
  • 198. WALSCHEID Max

Team Sunweb

  • 201. BENOOT Tiesj
  • 202. ARNDT Nikias
  • 203. BOL Cees
  • 204. HIRSCHI Marc
  • 205. ANDERSEN Søren Kragh
  • 206. NIEUWENHUIS Joris
  • 207. PEDERSEN Casper
  • 208. ROCHE Nicholas

B&B Hotels – Vital Concept p/b KTM

  • 211. ROLLAND Pierre
  • 212. BARTHE Cyril
  • 213. CHEVALIER Maxime
  • 214. COQUARD Bryan
  • 215. DEBUSSCHERE Jens
  • 216. GAUTHIER Cyril
  • 217. PACHER Quentin
  • 218. REZA Kévin
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