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Milan–San Remo 2021 odds

Who wins Milan-San Remo 2021?

Milan-San Remo 2021 will be held 20 march 2021. There is no odds at Milan-San Remo 2021 yet, but we have found odds at Tour de France 2020.

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Milan–San Remo 2020

The Milan-San Remo 2020 is now the first ‘Monument’ of the year following the replanned cycling calendar. The race forms part of the men’s UCI World Tour circuit, and takes place on Saturday 8th August 8. It was originally due to be held on 21st March before being moved due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Now in its 111th year, the race starts in Milan before ending in San Remo, in Northwest Italy. The current title holder is Frenchman Julian Alaphilippe (Team Deceuninck - Quick Step). He beat Oliver Naesen (Team AG2R La Mondiale) and Michal Kwiatkowski (Team INEOS) to take the win. Alaphilipe won the final sprint against a group of elite riders, including Peter Sagan (Team BORA - hansgrohe), Vincenzo Nibali (Team Trek - Segafredo), the former World Champion Alejandro Valverde (Team Movistar) and Wout van Aert (Team Jumbo-Visma).

The Milan-San Remo 2020 favourites

This years’ route has been completely redesigned following the coronavirus pandemic as many of the smaller towns on the traditional route refused to participate. Only the final 36km follows the iconic parcours.

The route will now go inland through Allessandria and Nizza Monferrato before reaching the coast at Imperia. There are two big climbs in the middle, the Niella Belbo at 161km and the Colle di Navia at 229km. Then, the peloton will reach the two hardest climbs, the Cipressa and the Poggio di Sanremo.

The Milan-San Remo is considered favourable for sprinters, considering its mainly flat course - unlike the other Italian Classic, the Giro di Lombardia. The total distance of the Milan-San Remo is around 300 km, making it a fairly long one-day race. However, the race ends with the famous Poggia which presents the perfect opportunity to attack to break away from the peloton and hold off the bunch sprint - exactly how Nibali did in 2018.

This year boasts a strong field. Mathieu van der Poel (Team Alpecin-Fenix), Oliver Naesen, Peter Sagan, Greg Van Avermaet (CCC Team), Elia Viviani (Team Cofidis, Credit Solutions), Caleb Ewan (Team Lotto Soudal), Michał Kwiatkowski, Alejandro Valverde, Wout van Aert, Alexander Kristoff (UAE-Team Emirates) and Michael Matthews (Team Sunweb) will also fancy their chances. However, reigning champion Julian Alaphilippe will be a hard man to beat. Italian favourite Nibali is also racing so local fans will be hoping for a strong performance on home soil.