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TdF odds – Get the Best Odds at Tour de France

Who wins Tour de France 2020?

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Primož Roglic1.051.04
Tadej Pogacar15.0013.00
Miguel Ángel López81.0081.00
Richie Porte201.00151.00
Enric Mas Nicolau801.00751.00
Mikel Landa1001.001001.00
Tom Dumoulin1001.001001.00
Adam Yates1501.001001.00
Alejandro Valverde1501.001501.00
Damiano Caruso1501.001501.00
Rigoberto Urán2001.001001.00
Richard Carapaz2001.001501.00
Guillaume Martin3001.00501.00
Sepp Kuss4501.003001.00
Warren Barguil4501.003001.00
Bob Jungels4501.004001.00
Daniel Felipe Martínez4501.004001.00
Daniel Martin4501.004001.00
David De La Cruz4501.004001.00
Emanuel Buchmann4501.004001.00
Esteban Chaves4501.004001.00
George Bennett4501.004001.00
Greg Van Avermaet4501.004001.00
Hugh John Carthy4501.004001.00
Julian Alaphilippe4501.004001.00
Lennard Kämna4501.004001.00
Marc Hirschi4501.004001.00
Marc Soler4501.004001.00
Maximilian Schachmann4501.004001.00
Michal Kwiatkowski4501.004001.00
Nairo Quintana Rojas4501.004001.00
Pavel Sivakov4501.004001.00
Peter Sagan4501.004001.00
Pierre Rolland4501.004001.00
Sébastien Reichenbach4501.004001.00
Tejay Van Garderen4501.004001.00
Thibaut Pinot4501.004001.00
Thomas De Gendt4501.004001.00
Wout Van Aert4501.004001.00
Alexey Lutsenko4501.004501.00
Andrey Amador4501.004501.00
Clément Venturini4501.004501.00
Felix Grossschartner4501.004501.00
Harold Tejada4501.004501.00
Jan Polanc4501.004501.00
Jesús Herrada4501.004501.00
Kasper Asgreen4501.004501.00
Matteo Trentin4501.004501.00
Michael Valgren4501.004501.00
Niklas Eg4501.004501.00
Omar Fraile4501.004501.00
Roman Kreuziger4501.004501.00
Tiesj Benoot4501.004501.00
Valentin Madouas4501.004501.00
Wouter Poels4501.004501.00

Tour de France 2020

After months of uncertainty and tense waiting, we finally have La Grande Boucle here. A totally atypical edition that will be held later than planned and under strict health safety and hygiene measures. The 107th edition of the most important cycling event in the world will take place between August 29th and September 20th with a demanding route that on the paper should clearly benefit the best climbers.

The Tour de France 2020, whatever happens, will always be remembered as the Covid-19 edition, it is presumed as a true offensive spectacle. In one of the most mountainous editions in memory and with only 36 kilometers for time trial, the cyclists will have to pedal for more than 3,300 kilometers before reaching the classic laps around the Champs-Élysées in Paris. An uneven route that will test the concentration and fitness of the great favorites from day one. A different year in which, as we will see later, several names are the candidates to get in troubles Intros team. For the first time Bernal, Carapaz, Sivakov… do not come as the only favorites at the start of La Grande Boucle. On the other hand, the recent news that Froome will go to the Vuelta a España and that Geraint Thomas will compete for the pink jersey of the Giro d'Italia, will give options to the bravest cyclists in the mountainous terrain.

Route of Tour de France 2020

As we have already mentioned, this edition will only have 36 kilometers of time trial and this stage is also designed for cyclists with strong legs for mountains, it will increase the tension within the bunch and will make shine the best climbers. The Tour will start in Nice and head towards the Pyrenees at the beginning of the race, where in the eighth stage the bunch will have to climb the Port de Bales and Col de Peyresourde.

The second week of La Grande Boucle will pass through the center of France, but heading towards the fearsome Alps, where in the third week the cyclist who wants to wear the yellow jersey on the podium of the Champs-Élysées will have to overcome great mountain passes such as Col de Meribel, Col de la Madeleine, Cormet de Roselend... Climbers for sure are really excited about this route.

Top competitors

The team to beat will be Ineos, with Egan Bernal and Richard Carapaz at the helm of this powerful team. For this, climbers such as Thibaut Pinot, who was very close to winning the race in 2019, or Nairo Quintana, who will try to claim himself far from his previous team, Movistar, will fight for wearing the yellow jersey in Paris. And finally, cyclists like Primoz Roglic or Tom Dumoulin will not leave an easy final victory, and with a time trial located in stage 20, they will be the most favorites if they reach this stage only a few seconds behind the leader.