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Milan–San Remo 2017 odds

Who wins Milan–San Remo 2017?

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Peter Sagan6.005.00
Fernando Gaviria7.005.00
Alexander Kristoff13.008.00
Nacer Bouhanni13.0010.00
John Degenkolb13.0012.00
Mark Cavendish15.009.00
Michael Matthews21.009.00
Arnaud Démare21.0013.00
Any Other21.0021.00
Greg Van Avermaet23.0019.00
Ben Swift34.0023.00
Bryan Coquard34.0023.00
André Greipel34.0026.00
Marcel Kittel37.0019.00
Caleb Ewan41.0021.00
Julian Alaphilippe41.0026.00
Dylan Groenewegen51.0023.00
Elia Viviani51.0023.00
Niccolò Bonifazio67.0037.00
Sonny Colbrelli67.0037.00
Michal Kwiatkowski67.0051.00
Petr Vakoc67.0067.00
Vincenzo Nibali67.0067.00
Edvald Boasson Hagen81.0026.00
Giacomo Nizzolo81.0034.00
Magnus Cort81.0034.00
Danny Van Poppel81.0051.00
Philippe Gilbert81.0051.00
Simon Gerrans81.0051.00
Fabio Felline81.0067.00
Jürgen Roelandts81.0067.00
Alejandro Valverde101.0041.00
Tom Boonen101.0041.00
Matteo Trentin101.0045.00
Tim Wellens101.0051.00
Juan José Lobato101.0081.00
Enrico Gasparotto101.00101.00
Maximiliano Richeze101.00101.00
Tony Gallopin126.0051.00
Sam Bennett151.0067.00
Sacha Modolo151.0081.00
Daniele Bennati151.00126.00
Jasper Stuyven201.0067.00
Jempy Drucker201.0081.00
Nikias Arndt201.0081.00
Zdenek Stybar201.0081.00
Heinrich Haussler201.00101.00
Edward Theuns201.00126.00
Sondre Holst Enger201.00151.00
Christophe Laporte201.00201.00
Gorka Izagirre201.00201.00
Riccardo Minali201.00201.00
Søren Kragh Andersen201.00201.00
Simone Consonni201.00201.00
Steven Cummings201.00201.00
Tom Dumoulin251.0067.00
Jan Bakelants251.0081.00
Diego Ulissi251.00101.00
Jens Debusschere251.00101.00
Rui Costa251.00101.00
Sep Vanmarcke251.00101.00
Geraint Thomas251.00126.00
Kristian Sbaragli251.00126.00
Nathan Haas251.00126.00
Filippo Pozzato251.00151.00
Matti Breschel251.00151.00
Ramunas Navardauskas251.00151.00
Baptiste Planckaert251.00201.00
Gianluca Brambilla251.00201.00
Jakub Mareczko251.00201.00
Jens Keukeleire251.00201.00
Oliver Naesen251.00201.00
Eduard-Michael Grosu251.00251.00
Enrico Battaglin251.00251.00
Francesco Gavazzi251.00251.00
Giovanni Visconti251.00251.00
Matteo Pelucchi251.00251.00
Niki Terpstra251.00251.00
Rudy Barbier251.00251.00
Wilco Kelderman251.00251.00
Tiesj Benoot301.00101.00
Davide Cimolai301.00151.00
Daniel Oss301.00201.00
Luis León Sánchez301.00201.00
Simon Clarke301.00201.00
Jay Mc Carthy301.00251.00
Oscar Gatto301.00251.00
Alessandro De Marchi301.00301.00
Bob Jungels301.00301.00
Jarlinson Pantano301.00301.00
Jhonatan Restrepo301.00301.00
Jon Izagirre301.00301.00
Lars Boom301.00301.00
Laurens De Vreese301.00301.00
Luke Rowe301.00301.00
Mark Renshaw301.00301.00
Peter Kennaugh301.00301.00
Zico Waeytens301.00301.00
Ian Stannard351.00201.00
Moreno Moser351.00201.00
Andrea Guardini351.00301.00
Marko Kump351.00301.00
Mattia Gavazzi351.00351.00
Maximilian Walscheid351.00351.00
Nicolas Marini351.00351.00
Moreno Hofland401.0081.00
Luka Mezgec401.00151.00
Simon Geschke401.00151.00
Arthur Vichot401.00201.00
Jacques Janse Van Rensburg401.00201.00
Michael Albasini401.00251.00
Daryl Impey401.00301.00
Tom-Jelte Slagter401.00301.00
Tom Van Asbroeck401.00301.00
Adam Blythe401.00401.00
Andrea Palini401.00401.00
Boris Vallée401.00401.00
Carlos Barbero401.00401.00
Daniel Martin401.00401.00
Dylan Van Baarle401.00401.00
José Joaquín Rojas401.00401.00
Lars Bak401.00401.00
Manuel Belletti401.00401.00
Marco Canola401.00401.00
Yves Lampaert401.00401.00
Michael Valgren501.00201.00
Francisco Ventoso501.00301.00
Samuel Dumoulin501.00301.00
Alexey Lutsenko501.00401.00
Nicola Ruffoni501.00401.00
Taylor Phinney501.00401.00
Andrea Fedi501.00501.00
Borut Bozic501.00501.00
Geoffrey Soupe501.00501.00
Grega Bole501.00501.00
Jonathan Dibben501.00501.00
Luca Wackermann501.00501.00
Martin Elmiger501.00501.00
Mathieu Ladagnous501.00501.00
Pim Ligthart501.00501.00
Simone Ponzi501.00501.00
Vincenzo Albanese501.00501.00
Jacopo Guarnieri601.00401.00
Kevin Reza601.00401.00
Paul Martens601.00401.00
Silvan Dillier601.00401.00
Anthony Roux601.00501.00
Davide Martinelli601.00501.00
Michael Mørkøv601.00501.00
Owain Doull601.00501.00
Damiano Cunego601.00601.00
Julien Simon601.00601.00
Mads Pedersen601.00601.00
Marco Maronese601.00601.00
Pascal Ackermann601.00601.00
Patrick Bevin601.00601.00
Rafael Andriato601.00601.00
Scott Thwaites601.00601.00
Ivan Garcia Cortina751.00751.00
Ivan Santaromita751.00751.00
Julián Arredondo751.00751.00
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81.0081.0067.0081.0067.00
81.0081.0067.0081.0067.0081.00
51.00101.0067.0041.0067.0051.0041.00
51.00101.0041.0067.0041.0067.00
81.0067.0067.00101.0067.0045.00101.00
51.00101.00101.0051.00101.0051.00
81.00101.00101.0081.00101.0081.00
101.00101.00
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126.0051.00126.0051.00126.00
151.00126.0067.00151.0067.00151.00
151.00126.0081.00126.0081.00126.00
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201.00201.0081.00176.0081.00176.00
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Milan-San Remo 2017 will be held on Saturday the 18th of March. The first Monument of the cycling season, aptly called La Primavera – in English, The Spring – is the longest one day race on the professional calender. Milan-San Remo marks the real start of classics season and is often viewed as a sprinters classic with the fastest man over the Poggio in the front group likely to come out on top.

At almost 300 kilometers the Milan-San Remo tests rider’s patience and endurance. In 2016 Ben Swift was narrowly beaten by winner Arnaud Demare. Frenchman Arnaud Demare from team Francaise des Jeux won the 2016 Milan San Remo which took place in nice weather conditions but the course was changed slightly due to a landslide. The race was back on a Saturday in 2016 for the first time in years.

The Milan San Remo pro race is THE monumental classic one day race in the whole of the professional calendar. The race is organised by the the Italian race organisers RCS, owners of sports newspaper Gazetta dello Sport, the same people who organise the Giro d’Italia.

This Spring Classic covers nearly 300km from Milan, south to the coast, and then almost to the French Border, along the Italian Riviera and the city of Sanremo. Always held at the beginning of the year, it is a true “classic” event, with most of the world’s major cycling heroes having won it, at some point. Always held at the beginning of the year, it is a true “classic” event, with most of the world’s major cycling heroes having won it, at some point.

Elia Viviani, who led the Team Sky to a stage win in Giro d’Italia last season revealed his plans for 2017: ’’In 2017, I want to prepare for Milan-San Remo and then after that, think only of the Giro and winning many stages there. Maybe the Vuelta a España could be a good end of year option.”. With these being said, Viviani is definitely a name with big chances of winning the race from 18th of March.

Viviani also alerted that his former teammate, Ben Swift (who will be joining TJ-Lampre team in 2017) is a contender for Milan-San Remo triumph: ’’ He’ll need to be controlled because in races like Milan-San Remo he is one of the strongest riders.”

The Katusha team, which will start to be known from 2017 as Katusha-Alpecin team, will be trying to give the winner of this race. Along with Martin, the chief bread winners at Katusha-Alpecin will be expected to be Alexander Kristoff, a past winner of Milan-San Remo and the Tour of Flanders, and rising Grand Tour talent Ilnur Zakarin. If Kristoff will choose to ride this race, he has big chances for at least a podium place.

The Belgian champion Philippe Gilbert will ride for Etixx-QuickStep in 2017, ending an important five-year chapter of his career with BMC that included his world road race title in Valkenburg in 2012, 18 other victories, and a series of placings in many of the Classics. ’’Riders like me who can challenge in Milan-San Remo, Flanders and through to the Ardennes Classic are pretty rare now. When I was young we used to also ride the Tour de Romandie. Now teams have different specialists and different programmes.’’ Gilbert also revealed that he will be focusing on the races from the winter of 2017 and the Milan-San Remo might be his reference point before starting to prepare for the last part of the season.

Other riders that can pretend for a good result in this race are Peter Sagan, Fernando Gaviria, Arnaud Démare and Michael Matthews.