If you recently had a few betting exploits on the annual Tour de France race, and you fancy placing even more cycling related bets and wager but on the annual Vuelta a España race held over in Spain, then you need to get your skates on, for that race is starting tomorrow on the 25TH of August.
It will be live for three weeks and each day you will find the riders battling through the many different stages of the race, which culminates on the last stage on the 16th of September, and below I will be giving you an overview of just which riders may be worth backing either to win or each-way!
I am of the mind that a very large percentage of punters that are going to be betting on this event will have already made up their mind that is will be either Richie Porte currently on offer at odds of 11/4 and Simon Yates at 10/3 who are going to win.
However, there is always going to be the chance that plenty of riders could prove to be the best riders on each of the many stages of this race, and there is lots of cash swilling about for both Nairo Quintana at 11/2 and Miguel Angel Lopez at 7/1 either of whom have the abilities to win of course!
Potential Each-Way Betting Value
You may have a take it or leave it approach to betting on events such as this one, but there is always going to be value when you back some of the other fancied riders such as Alejandro Valverde at 10/1 and Fabio Aru at 16/1 each-way.
For Betfred are not messing about when it comes to their terms on each-way bets for you will get a quarter of the odds on three places, and that could mean that it is an option for you to back riders such as Rigoberto Uran, Vincenzo Nibali or Wilco Kelderman who are all currently 20/1.
Other Vuelta a España Riders to Consider
It doesn’t take much for a favourite to win this race to very quickly fall by the wayside and become rank outsider, and with that thought at the forefront of your mind there is a good chance that riders such as Thibaut Pinot at 25/1 and Richard Carapaz at 33/1 could lead the way.
But also comes into the reckoning riders such as David de la Cruz, Michal Kwiatkowski and George Bennett also up for grabs at 33/1, and there is no doubting the fact that Steven Kruijswijk at 40/1 could be the dark horse in this race!
As for which riders may pull a surprise at some huge odds, you could also be tempted to place a few small valued bets and wagers on riders such as Jakob Fuglsang at 100/1 or both Sam Oomen and Pellio Bilbao at 150/1. But if you want to chance your arm and go for a huge jackpot seized winning pay-out consider backing Jack Haig at 200/1 or even Diego Rosa at 400/1!