Tour of Britain Stage 7 Winner Betting

You have just enough time left to place a bet on which rider you think is going to the be the Tour of Britain Stage 7 Winner today, and if such and you are an avid fan of major cycling races, then you will probably already have formed your own opinion of who that winner is much more likely to be.

Be aware that William Hill are offering fair set of odds on both their online betting platform and on their mobile betting app on that particular betting market, so if it is a race that you do fancy having a financial interest in, then do head on over there and take a look and check that betting market out.

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OK, let me now pass onto you the odds available on each of the much more fancied riders to be the winner of Stage 7 of the Tour of Britain, and the person that is currently the favourite to do so of course Andre Greipel who is on offer at odds of 7/4.

Who Else Could be the Winner of Stage 7?

It isn’t of course an odds-on certainty that Greipel will win Stage 7, and there are plenty of people who are being tempted to take the odds of 3/1 attached to the second favourite rider, and that is of course Caleb Ewan.

The only other rider that is attracting any sort of money on the early betting market to be the winner of Stage 7 of the Tour of Britain is Fernando Gaviria. And it is of course fair bet that he will and his associated odds of being the winner are 11/2 which possibly could tempt you to place a bet on him too.

Outsider and Each-Way Possibilities

As you are going to be able to get each-way terms of one quarter the win odds for the first three placed finishers at William Hill, you may fancy the chances of one of the outsiders to win this stage, and if so let me now quickly point out some riders that may be worth having something of a speculative punt on.

Both Patrick Bevin and Phil Bauhaus are currently on offer at odds of 20/1 and therefore if they do get placed in one of the top three positions those one quarter of their win odds for each-way backers are attractive, but never underestimate the chances of Andra Guardini who may also tempt a few punters being as his win odds are 25/1.

The only other possible riders who, if everything does go their way on stage 7 could fill one of the top three places are Ethan Hayter, Andrea Pasqualon, Emils Liepins and Julian Alaphilippe all of whom are chalked up at odds of 33/1!