You are faced with all manner of different betting opportunities on this year’s Tour of Britain, and you may have been betting on each individual stage or may have already placed a bet on who you think is going to win that cycling event outright.
If the former then it will not have escaped your notice, that today is indeed stage 7 of that race, and over at betting sites such as William Hill they have odds on offer on each rider taking part in it, and to be fair to them those odds are fairly generous.
However, I cannot help but notice that Fernando Gaviria is riding right up to the top of his best form currently, and I for one would not be too surprised if he did manage to finish first in stage 7 later today, and that may of course be a view shared by you too.
If so then you need to get on over to William Hill, for as far as I can see they are offering some of the best odds on him winning stage 7 and those odds are worth taking being as they are 11/2!
Andre Greipel is the 7/4 Favourite
You may however have your own ideas as to just which rider is going to come out on top and be the winner of stage 7 of the Tour of Britain, and one rider that is popular with punters currently on this stage is Andre Greipel who is on offer at William Hill at odds of 7/4.
There is also some value waiting to be mopped up if you are much more interested in placing your hard earned money on Caleb Ewan, and now is the time to place such a bet for his odds are worth taking at William Hill as they are offering 3/1 on him being the winner of this stage.
Could an Outsider Cause an Upset?
You can get odds as high as 80/1 on some of the riders in this stage to win, and if you do fancy throwing caution to the win in your quest for a huge winning pay-out then it should be the licked of both Sylvain Chavanel and Carlos Barbero you are backing for they are both on offer at odds of 80/1!
However, let’s be frank about this, it would be a total shock if either of them did fill the top spot of even get placed in the top three positions, however William Hill are paying out to three positions at a quarter of the win odds for anybody choosing to bet each-way on this event.
I think it’s going to be a much safer bet to place if you are thinking of backing any riders each-way that you stick to some of the riders that do have the form and abilities of winning a stage such as this one, and that will see you backing the likes of Patrick Bevin and Phil Bauhaus or even taking a chance that the 20/1 shot that being Andra Guardini does well on stage 7 today!