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Tour de Suisse 2018 odds

Tour de Suisse 2018 - Who wins stage 9?

Odd unit: EU | UK | US
    Highest
odds
Lowest
odds
Peter Sagan5.005.00
Julian Alaphilippe7.507.50
Jon Izagirre11.0011.00
Adam Yates13.0013.00
Warren Barguil13.0013.00
Alejandro Valverde17.0017.00
Lilian Calmejane17.0017.00
Magnus Cort19.0019.00
Rafal Majka19.0019.00
Edvald Boasson Hagen23.0023.00
Michael Valgren23.0023.00
Thomas De Gendt26.0026.00
Bauke Mollema29.0029.00
Domenico Pozzovivo29.0029.00
Omar Fraile29.0029.00
Arthur Vichot34.0034.00
Damiano Caruso34.0034.00
Daryl Impey34.0034.00
Greg Van Avermaet34.0034.00
Jasper Stuyven34.0034.00
Philippe Gilbert34.0034.00
Pierre-Roger Latour34.0034.00
Søren Kragh Andersen34.0034.00
Simon Geschke34.0034.00
Tejay Van Garderen34.0034.00
Daniel Martin41.0041.00
Gorka Izagirre41.0041.00
Jesús Herrada41.0041.00
Serge Pauwels41.0041.00
Sonny Colbrelli41.0041.00
Tanel Kangert41.0041.00
Bob Jungels51.0051.00
Marc Soler51.0051.00
Pierre Rolland51.0051.00
Rudy Molard51.0051.00
Tomasz Marczynski51.0051.00
Daniel Navarro67.0067.00
Guillaume Martin67.0067.00
Mikel Nieve67.0067.00
Primož Roglic67.0067.00
Gregor Mühlberger81.0081.00
Pawel Poljanski81.0081.00
Andrey Amador101.00101.00
Darwin Atapuma101.00101.00
Geraint Thomas101.00101.00
Ilnur Zakarin101.00101.00
Jakob Fuglsang101.00101.00
Jelle Vanendert101.00101.00
Jelte Slaghter, Tom101.00101.00
Martinez, Daniel101.00101.00
Mathias Frank101.00101.00
Michal Kwiatkowski101.00101.00
Nicolas Edet101.00101.00
Oliver Naesen101.00101.00
Simon Clarke101.00101.00
Sylvain Chavanel101.00101.00
Tom Dumoulin101.00101.00
Toms Skujinš101.00101.00
David Gaudu126.00126.00
John Degenkolb251.00251.00
Steven Kruijswijk251.00251.00

Who wins Tour de Suisse 2018?

Odd unit: EU | UK | US
    Highest
odds
Lowest
odds
Richie Porte1.041.04
Wilco Kelderman15.0015.00
Nairo Quintana Rojas41.0041.00
Any Other51.0051.00
Jakob Fuglsang126.00126.00
Simon Špilak126.00126.00
Sam Oomen151.00151.00
Enric Mas Nicolau201.00201.00
Steven Kruijswijk201.00201.00
Mikel Landa301.00301.00
Bauke Mollema401.00401.00
Jon Izagirre401.00401.00
Diego Ulissi501.00501.00
Stefan Küng501.00501.00
Greg Van Avermaet601.00601.00
Gorka Izagirre751.00751.00
Jack Haig751.00751.00
Mathias Frank751.00751.00
Tanel Kangert751.00751.00
Koen Bouwman1001.001001.00
Tejay Van Garderen1001.001001.00
Maxime Monfort1501.001501.00
Alessandro De Marchi2001.002001.00
Andrey Amador2001.002001.00
Ben Swift2001.002001.00
Bjorg Lambrecht2001.002001.00
Cyril Gautier2001.002001.00
Damiano Cunego2001.002001.00
Diego Rosa2001.002001.00
Eduard-Michael Grosu2001.002001.00
Edward Theuns2001.002001.00
Enrico Battaglin2001.002001.00
Hermann Pernsteiner2001.002001.00
Hugh Carthy2001.002001.00
Ivan Santaromita2001.002001.00
Jan Polanc2001.002001.00
Jasper Stuyven2001.002001.00
Jesper Hansen2001.002001.00
Joe Dombrowski2001.002001.00
José Gonçalves2001.002001.00
José Joaquín Rojas2001.002001.00
Julien Vermote2001.002001.00
Larry Warbasse2001.002001.00
Magnus Cort2001.002001.00
Marcus Burghardt2001.002001.00
Mark Padun2001.002001.00
Merhawi Kudus2001.002001.00
Michael Albasini2001.002001.00
Michael Matthews2001.002001.00
Nelson Oliveira2001.002001.00
Omar Fraile2001.002001.00
Patrick Konrad2001.002001.00
Peter Sagan2001.002001.00
Rein Taaramäe2001.002001.00
Reinardt Janse Van Rensburg2001.002001.00
Romain Sicard2001.002001.00
Roman Kreuziger2001.002001.00
Søren Kragh Andersen2001.002001.00
Sebastián Henao2001.002001.00
Sep Vanmarcke2001.002001.00
Silvan Dillier2001.002001.00
Simon Geschke2001.002001.00
Sonny Colbrelli2001.002001.00
Tim Wellens2001.002001.00
Víctor De La Parte2001.002001.00
Yves Lampaert2001.002001.00
Davide Cimolai3001.003001.00
Eddie Dunbar3001.003001.00
Lilian Calmejane3001.003001.00
Taylor Phinney3001.003001.00

2018 Tour de Suisse

The 2018 edition of the Tour de Suisse takes place between June 9th and June 17th. The UCI World Tour professional road cycling race will begin in Frauenfeld with a team time-trial stage, and end in Bellinzona with an individual time-trial stage. The nine-stage race features a nice mix of time-trials, flat stages and mountains.

Held just before the Tour de France, along with the Critérium du Dauphine, the Tour de Suisse is seen as the perfect last minute preparation for those looking to test their form for the iconic race.

The 2017 version was comfortably won by Simon Spilak (Team Katusha-Alpecin), finishing ahead of Damiano Caruso (BMC Racing), with Steven Kruijswijk (Team LottoNl-Jumbo) third.

2018 route profile:

The route profile provides a variety that will interest both climbers and sprinters. Of the nine stages, stages five, six and seven and particularly noteworthy: two have summit finishes in the mountains and one finishes with a tough climb of over 3000 metres.

The route begins with a 18 km team time-trial on rolling hills, before stage two continues with a hilly circuit. The third and fourth stages are also hilly throughout, with stage four featuring a 2180 metre climb.

Stage five sees the start of the mountains as the route includes a number of intermediate climbs up Col du Pillon and to the ski resort (Crans)-Montana, before a summit finish in Leukerbad. The sixth stage is packed full of punchy climbs. Notably, the climbs at the Furka Pass, the Klausen Pass and the finale in Gommiswald.

Any climber going for the General Classification win should now be on red alert as stage seven is the last of the mountain stages. The stage gets tougher as it goes on and finishes with a 29 km climb to Arosa.

The race finishes with two stages in Bellinzona. Firstly, a circuit stage eight which consists of six laps of a fairly flat route. And lastly, the Tour de Suisse finishes with an individual time trial of 34 km.

Stages:

Stage 1: Frauenfeld - Frauenfeld, 18km, team time-trial

Stage 2: Frauenfeld - Frauenfeld, 155km, circuit

Stage 3: Oberstammheim - Gansingen, 182km, classics

Stage 4: Gansingen - Gstaad, 189km, moderate

Stage 5: Gstaad - Leukerbad, 155km, mountain finish

Stage 6: Fiesch - Gommiswald, 186km, mountains

Stage 7: Eschenbach/Atzmannig - Arosa, 170km, mountain finish

Stage 8: Bellinzona - Bellinzona, 123km, circuit

Stage 9: Bellinzona - Bellinzona, 34km, individual time-trial

The 2018 favourites

Since the start of the Tour de Suisse in 1933, unsurprisingly the race has been dominated by Swiss riders. However, in recent years the race has appealed to the wider professional cycling circuit and some big names are expected to be in the peloton this year.

Alongside the reigning champion, Spilak, the riders expected on the start line who will fancy glory are Richie Porte (BMC Racing), Greg van Avermaet (BMC Racing), Mathias Frank (AG2R La Mondiale), Peter Sagan (BORA - hansgrohe), Steven Kruikswijk (Team LottoNl-Jumbo), Rigoberto Uran (Team EF Education First – Drapac p/b Cannondale), Jakob Fuglsang (Astana Pro Team), Alexander Kristoff (UAE Team Emirates), Bauke Mollema (Trek-Segafredo), Ion Izagirre (Bahrain - Merida) and Andre Greipel (Lotto Soudal).