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Tour of Spain odds – Get the Best Odds at Vuelta a España

Who wins Tour of Spain (Vuelta a España) 2020?

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Primož Roglic1.611.57
Richard Carapaz3.003.00
Hugh John Carthy13.0012.00
Daniel Martin21.0019.00
Enric Mas Nicolau51.0041.00
Alejandro Valverde81.0067.00
Aleksandr Vlasov81.0067.00
Marc Soler81.0067.00
George Bennett101.00101.00
Wouter Poels126.00126.00
Esteban Chaves151.00126.00
David De La Cruz201.00201.00
Sepp Kuss201.00201.00
Felix Grossschartner301.00251.00
David Gaudu301.00301.00
Guillaume Martin501.00501.00
Sergio Henao601.00601.00
Mikel Nieve801.00601.00
Davide Formolo1001.001001.00
Gorka Izagirre1001.001001.00
Mattia Cattaneo1001.001001.00
Gino Mäder1501.001001.00
Clément Champoussin1501.001501.00
Iván Ramiro Sosa1501.001501.00
Jon Izagirre2001.001501.00
Andrey Amador2501.002001.00
Chris Froome3001.002501.00
Jonas Vingegaard3001.002501.00
Robert Power3001.002501.00
Robert Gesink3001.003001.00
Andrea Bagioli4501.003001.00
James Piccoli4501.003001.00
Jan Hirt4501.003001.00
Jefferson Alveiro Cepeda4501.003001.00
Juan Pedro López4501.003001.00
Matteo Badilatti4501.003001.00
Michael Storer4501.003001.00
Michael Woods4501.003001.00
Michel Ries4501.003001.00
Rui Costa4501.003001.00
Tejay Van Garderen4501.003001.00
Thymen Arensman4501.003001.00
Tim Wellens4501.003001.00
Benjamin Dyball4501.004501.00
Jhojan García4501.004501.00
Mark Donovan4501.004501.00
William Barta4501.004501.00

Vuelta a España 2020

Vuelta a España 2020 will be remembered for something in its 75th edition, it is undoubtedly for its new location in the UCI calendar, exceptionally from October 20th to November 8th, which will be recorded in the book of their history for the first time, displaced by a global health crisis caused by the Covid19 pandemic.

The initial race, which was going to have 21 stages in total, was going to cover Dutch, Portuguese and Spanish roads, but due to the changes made, the 3 Dutch stages will be out of the route and the 2 Portuguese have been redirected, having a total of 18 stages, starting in Irún and ending in Madrid.

Although the change seems minimal, in the overall career there is a certain tendency to be an attraction for the best cyclists to come to the rescue. The sprinters will have their options, the climbers and the specialists against the chrono (56.8 km in total), this flexibility being the greatest novelty in the route that we will analyze.

Vuelta a España begins again in the Basque Country 59 years later, and it will do so with an unusual stage in the first stage of a grand tour, such as a mountain finish. In this way, the tension in the bunch will be maximum from the first stage.

To the classic ports such as Angliru or La Covatilla we must add the most climbed giant in the history of the Tour de France, the Col de Tourmalet, which will be climbed and where the finish line of the sixth stage will be located. A route with very explosive leg-breaking finishes, following the trend of the last years of the Vuelta a España, which seeks a show on uneven terrain. Undoubtedly an atypical but very interesting edition.