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Scheldeprijs odds

Scheldeprijs 2021 will be held 7 april 2021. There is no odds at Scheldeprijs 2021 yet, but we have already found odds at Tour de France 2021.

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Scheldeprijs 2020

The 2020 Scheldeprijs will be the 108th edition of the Scheldeprijs one day cycling race. As part of the 2020 UCI Europe Tour, the race is going to run this year on 14 October 2020 as a 1. Pro categorized event.

Actually, after a meeting with the Dwars door Vlaanderen organization and the city of Waregem, the race scheduled for October 14th, turned out to be tough to organize. This is the reason it was agreed to fill in the vacant date with the Scheldeprijs, the oldest Flemish spring classic.

One of Belgium's oldest cycling races is the Scheldeprijs, in the past also known as the Grote Scheldeprijs, Scheldeprijs Vlaanderen, or Scheldeprijs Schoten. The one-day race had a long history of starting from Antwerp and finishing to Schoten. It started outside the Belgian border for the first time in the history of the race, in Terneuzen in Zeelandic Flanders.

Although the race is older than the Tour of Flanders, the Scheldeprijs is much less prestigious than the Tour. This would be underlined by the fact that the Scheldt Prize is the Flemish classic with the least number of vertical meters.

The Route

The route will start from Terneuzen and finish at Schoten covering a total distance of 201 kilometers with the sprint on the mind. It features many sprinters on its honor roll, as it is run on all-flat trails.

The current route continues with the 2018 edition as it rolls out from Terneuzen, then moves through the Western Scheldt Tunnel before racing begins near Ellewoutsdijk. It takes a 129.8-kilometer tour of the Walcheren, North, and South Beveland islands in the Zeeland province in the Netherlands before traversing the border into Belgium, taking three loops on a local circuit and finishing at Churchilllaan in Schoten.

The previous event likely consisted of one 155 km loop in the countryside of the province of Antwerp ensued by three smaller 15 km laps in and around Schoten. The route comprised seven cobbled sections ranging from 1300 to 3000 meters. The race had a neutralized inauguration outside the City Hall on the banks of the River Scheldt in the center of Antwerp, on the Grote Markt. Racing starts a few kilometers northeast at Schoten. The final was outside the town hall in Schoten.

Dating back to previous years, there is the occasional stretch of cobbled roads but the absence of any major hills makes the course a relatively simple one. After appearing a crest the last kilometers offer a gentle downhill finish that will offer the sprinters plenty of paces to work with.

Participating Teams

Many teams participate from UCI WorldTeams and UCI Professional Continental teams with their riders. As the tour is like an old one, this holds an exciting interest in the end. However, here the teams and top competitors included:

Competing teams: UAE-Team Emirates, Lotto Soudal, Tarteletto - Isorex, Groupama - FDJ, Team Sunweb, Mitchelton-Scott, BEAT Cycling Club, Trek - Segafredo, NTT Pro Cycling.

Top competitors: Alexander Kristoff, John Degenkolb, Jasper Stuyven, Stefan Küng, Michael Van Staeyen, Jasper Philipsen, Marc Sarreau, Sven Erik Bystrøm.

Recent Winners

Fabio Jakobsen is a Dutch racer, who currently won the 2019 editing with great accomplishment riding for UCI WorldTeam Deceuninck–Quick-Step.

Other recent winners are Fabio Jakobsen (Quick-Step Floors) 2018, Marcel Kittel (Quick-Step Floors) 2017, Marcel Kittel (Etixx–Quick-Step) 2016, Alexander Kristoff (Team Katusha) 2015.