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Coppa Sabatini odds

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Coppa Sabatini 2020

The Coppa Sabatini, officially named Gran Premio Città di Peccioli - Coppa Sabatini is a professional one-day cycling race that takes place in Peccioli, in the province of Pisa, in Italian Tuscany. The name of the event is a tribute to Giuseppe Sabatini (1915-1951), an Italian cyclist from Peccioli who died prematurely at 36 in 1951.

The 2020 (68th) edition will be held on September 17th due to the coronavirus pandemic, since the initial date for this event was a week before, on September 10th. The compression of the calendar in only 4 months has meant that many races have changed their dates, and that is why this event will coincide, for instance, with the Tour de France.

It has been competing uninterruptedly since 1952 except for 1977 when there was no race. Since the creation of the UCI Continental Circuits in 2005, it has been part of the UCI Europe Tour, within category 1.1. It has competed over a distance of approximately 200 km. However this year it has been promoted to the new category of the UCI World Series 1.Pro.

It is a race that has always attracted the attention of great cyclists, which the most famous who have won the race are, among others, Bjarne Riis, Jan Ullrich, Gianni Bugno, Paolo Bettini, Philippe Gilbert or Andrea Tafi.

This race is held on a generally flat and small circuit but that includes some small hills or slopes that make the race more interesting and facilitates the attacks of the cyclists. A race that is usually decided by sprinters but is not without surprises like last year, where Alexey Lutsenko won with more than a minute of difference over the bunch.

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In previous years, we saw two clear dominators of this race such as Sonny Colbrelli, winner in 2014 and 2016, and second in 2017, 2018, and 2019, Andrea Pasqualon, winner in 2017 and second in 2016 and 2013. The first one is competing in the Tour de France, so Pasqualon will have more opportunities to be back on the top of the podium. Other cyclists who could fight for victory at Peccioli are Simone Velasco, Gianni Moscon, or Francesco Gavazzi.