A right royal feast of cycling will be on offer to you from tomorrow over in Spain for it is the annual Vuelta a España race which is being broadcast live on a handful of sporting channels, and much like every other year the excitement is mounting.
That race however is one that is often full of thrills and spills’, being as it is spread over three full weeks, and when it comes to betting opportunities you really are going to be spoilt for choice when betting at Betfred, whose outright betting market is now live on that race.
Richie Porte at 11/4 is looking like the most sensible bet currently for there are plenty of punters who think he is going to win this race fairly easily over each stage, however there are also plenty of punters who are of the mind that Simon Yates at 10/3 is an even better bet too!
There is of course plenty of chances for some of the lesser fancied riders to win this event, and a couple of them that do stand a much fairer chance of winning are Nairo Quintana at 11/2 and I would never underestimate the possibility of Miguel Angel Lopez at 7/1 winning too.
Spread the Risk Betting Each-Way
It could be a wise move for you to back any of the riders that are currently on offer at odds of up to 20/1 each-way, for there is a good chance that riders such as Alejandro Valverde at 10/1 or Fabio Aru at 16/1 would quite easily fill one of the top positions in this race.
The main advantage of placing such a bet at Betfred is that you get a quarter of the win odds on the first three finishers, which should see you getting a fair sized winning pay-out if your chosen riders wins or just gets placed, three 20/1 shot that do catch the eye by the way for reference are Rigoberto Uran at, Vincenzo Nibali and also the highly talented Wilco Kelderman too!
Best Vuelta a España Odds in the Industry
You can’t take it away from the Betfred betting site, when they do price up their early and ante post betting markets they really do push the boat out and offer some of the very highest odds in the industry, and that is certainly the case on this race.
As for the odds on some of the big priced outsider who have albeit a tiny chance of winning, you could choose to back Nicholas Roche at 400/1, Laurens De Plus or Rui Costa at 500/1 or even try for glory by backing Alexandre Geniez at 600/1.
But as far as riders who have any realistic of winning or getting placed you will be probably be best advised to stick to backing riders such as Thibaut Pinot at 25/1, Richard Carapaz at 33/1 or even risk a few quid on the likes of Steven Kruijswijk at 40/1 too.