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Tour De France STAGE 17 predictions, tips, preview and free bets (July 23, 2014)

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A hard first day in the Pyrenees (won by Betandskill’s tipped rider Michael Rogers) will be followed by a 125 km from Saint-Gaudens – Saint-Lary-Soulan Pla d’Adet. This article contains our Tour De France STAGE 17 preview, with predictions, betting tips and picks on Stage Winner and Head to Head, odds, free bets and no deposit bonuses!Read more...

Tour De France STAGE 15 tips, predictions, odds and free bets (July 20, 2014)

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After two tough days in the Alps, it’s now time for the sprinters to shine again in a stage any categorized climbs before hit the Pyrennes on Tuesday. Find below our Tour De France STAGE 15 preview, with predictions, betting tips, recommended bets on Stage Winner and Head to Head, odds, promotions and no deposit free bets!Read more...

Tour De France STAGE 14 betting preview, tips, predictions, odds and free bets (July 19, 2014)

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Stage 14 of the Tour de France leaves from the much visited Grenoble and covers 177km. This stage features three Alpine monsters - Col de Lautaret, Col d’Izoard and a final climb to the ski station at Risoul. Find below our Tour De France STAGE 14 betting preview, with predictions, tips, recommended bets on Stage Winner and Head to Head, odds, promotions and no deposit free bets!Read more...

Tour De France STAGE 13 predictions, betting tips, odds and free bets (July 18, 2014)

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Tour de France Stage 13 is from Saint-Étienne – Chamrousse, a distance of 200 km. After a day without any real GC implications  (we correctly predicted Kristoff as winner), the yellow jersey fight will heat up again on Stage 13. Find below our Tour De France STAGE 13 preview, with betting tips, free predictions on Stage Winner and Head to Head, best odds, promotions and no deposit free bets!Read more...

Tour De France STAGE 11 betting preview, tips, predictions and free bets (July 16, 2014)

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Stage 11 of the Tour de France 2014 takes the riders on a 187.5km route from Besançon to Oyonnax, After a well-deserved rest day, it will be another stage suited for a breakaway. Find below our Tour De France STAGE 11 betting preview, with tips, predictions on Stage Winner and Head to Head, odds, free bets and no deposit bonuses!

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The Stage 11 profile is not a flat one. There will be three Cat 3 climbs and one Cat 4. The categorized climbs don't start until 130kms into the stage and the last one tops out 20kms out and its mostly downhill to the finish.The toughest ascents of the stage come in quick succession as the day reaches its conclusion, with four categorized climbs less than 30 kilometers apart. The favorites of this stage will be decent climbers with either fast finishes or someone able to try to escape late and maintain a gap on the descent.

It’s a similar stage to last year’s stage 7 from Montpellier to Albi where Cannondale rode up hill and down dale to shed Sagan of his pure sprint rivals and deliver him to his one and only stage victory of the race. The Slovakian doesn’t have the strongest team at his disposal but he is the favorite #1 as Fabian Cancellara will not resume the Tour de France.

Orica-GreenEDGE have no sprinter or GC rider in this race and their goal is to win a stage on the hilly days. So it means that the next two stages and stage 11 is definitely their biggest goal for the rest of the race and Simon Gerrans is their main contender as he is getting better after a couple of crashes.

Omega Pharma Quick Step will probably try to send riders like Tony Martin and Jan Bakelants. The German is in an outstanding form while Bakelandts is aggressive, good on the climbs and quite fast in the sprint within a reduced group. This Stage also suits Albasini perfectly, with an opportunity to escape on a late climb, or the possibility of a reduced sprint.

Michael Rogers has been in good form this year and his team should give hime carte blanche after Contador crashed out while tomorrow’s stage is another great opportunity for Matteo Trentin who is perfectly suited to this kind of finale. John Degenkolb might be a top favorite were it not for the injury he suffered early on in this race.

Greg Van Avermaet has good climbing legs, strong solo prowess, and a fast finish while another strong rider who’s good in this terrain is Giovanni Visconti. JJ Rojas, Alexander Kristoff, Michal Kwiatkowski, Ramunas Navardauskas are probable contenders if the stage finish in a sprint within a reduced group .

The likes of Chavanel and Voeckler, if they recovered from their significant efforts in the stages prior to the rest day, are other two good options while in case of breakaway good candidates culd be Alessandro De Marchi, Yuri Trofimov, Lars Boom, Matteo Montaguti, Tom Dumoulin and Arthur Vichot.


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  • Simon Gerrans 13.00 Ladbrokes Betting Bonus
  • Michael Albasini 21.00 Betfair Sportsbook Bonus
  • Matteo Trentin 21.00 888 Sport Betting Bonus
  • Sylvain Chavanel 24.00 William Hill Betting Bonus
  • Jan Bakelants 29.00 Youwin Betting Bonus
  • Alexander Kristoff 29.00 Bet365 Betting Bonus
  • Greg Van Avermaet 34.00 Betfred Betting Bonus
  • Thomas Voeckler 41.00 William Hill Betting Bonus
  • Daniele Bennati 41.00 Victor Chandler Betting Bonus
  • Michael Rogers 51.00 Betfred Betting Bonus
  • Michal Kwiatkowski 51.00 Paddy Power Betting Bonus
  • Nicholas Roche 51.00 Betfred Betting Bonus
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  • Ramunas Navardauskas 51.00 888 Sport Betting Bonus
  • Andre Greipel 51.00 Victor Chandler Betting Bonus
  • Arthur Vichot 67.00 Bet365 Betting Bonus
  • Tom Dumoulin 67.00 Skybet Betting Bonus
  • John Degenkolb 67.00 Stan James Betting Bonus

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TOUR DE FRANCE STAGE 11 PREDICTIONS

  • Winner: Peter Sagan 3.75 Coral betting bonus
  • Winner: Michael Rogers 51.00 Betfred Betting Bonus
  • Winner: Jose Joaquin Rojas Gil 51.00 Bet365 Betting Bonus
  • Head to Head: Kristoff to beat Coquard @ 1.62 Pinnacle Betting Bonus
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  • Head to Head: Rogers to beat Gerrans @ 2.11 Pinnacle Betting Bonus
  • Head to head: Trofimov to beat Schleck @ 1.81 Pinnacle Betting Bonus

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Tour De France STAGE 10 tips, betting preview, predictions and free bets (July 14, 2014)

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Tour de France 2014 stage 10 is from Mulhouse – La Planche des Belles Filles,it  is without a doubt the hardest of the race so far and includes seven climbs with the final climb that reaches grades of an amazing 20%. This article contains our Tour De France STAGE 10 betting preview, with tips, predictions on Stage Winner and Head to Head, odds, free bets and no deposit bonuses!Read more...

Tour De France STAGE 8 tips, betting preview, odds and free bets (July 12, 2014)

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Stage 8 is pretty short as it brings the riders over 161km from Tomblaine to Gerardmer in the heart of the Vosges. It is another day of mostly flat roads leading into a late challenge where GC contenders will fight. Check out here our Tour De France STAGE 8 preview, with betting tips, predictions on Stage Winner and Head to Head, best odds, free bets and no deposit bonuses!Read more...

Tour De France STAGE 7 preview, betting tips, predictions, odds and free bets (July 11, 2014)

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Tour De France Stage 7 is a 234.5km stage from Epernay to Nancy. It is a long, hard slog of a transition stage that should suit a bunch sprint once again or a late breakaway as the last cote is located just five kilometers from the finish and features sections at 8 percent gradient. Don't miss our Tour De France STAGE 7 preview, with betting tips, predictions on Stage Winner and Head to Head, best odds, free bets and no deposit bonuses!Read more...

Tour de France STAGE 5 tips, predictions, betting preview, odds and free bets (July 9, 2014)

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Wednesday is the day of the highly anticipated STAGE 5 that travels 155.5kms from Ypres, Belgium to Arenberg Porte du Hainaut in France. It is unique among the twenty-one stages of the Tour de France as it features several stretches of cobbled roads. Don't miss our complete Tour De France STAGE 5 preview, with betting tips, predictions on Stage Winner and Head to Head, best odds, free bets and no deposit bonuses!Read more...

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