Stage 21, a short final run of 122km from Mantes-la-Jolie to Paris Champs-Élysées, will see the best sprinter fighting fo the most important stage of the year. Don't miss our Tour De France Stage 21 betting tips, best odds, expert picks on Winner, Top 3 & Head to Head, exclusive promotions and free no deposit bonuses.
TOUR DE FRANCE STAGE 21 BETTING PREVIEWThe Tour concludes with its traditional parade to Paris. The day should start slowly, but once the race hits Paris for eight laps of a finishing circuit around the Arc de Triomphe and Place de la Concorde, riders will go full gas until the very likely bunch sprint.
There are urban cobbles and the finish is slightly uphill, hence positioning is key to get momentum coming into the finish.
Our Stage 21 FavoritesGeorge Bennett is the favorite number one for the stage win and the green jersey. He leads the Slovakian in the competition by 55 points. In the closing stages it will be over to Mørkøv to expertly guide Bennett into position and he will probably launch his sprint from a great position.
The Irishman, alongside Wout Van Aert and Caleb Ewan are the standout sprinters here. Wout van Aert can aim for his third stage win, a small consolation given the fact that his teammate, Primož Roglic, lost the yellow jersey on Stage 20.
The Norwegian won here in 2018 and would love to follow up his win in the opening stage with a win in the closing stage.
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Who can we expect in the break?It's hard to see any other rider winning in Paris outside the above mentioned contenders.
For the first time, the seven time winner Peter Sagan will not enter the Champs-Elysées in the green jersey. The Slovakian is still mathematically capable of winning the jersey but he should win both the intermediate sprint - on the third lap of eight of the Champs-Elysées - and the stage.
Other fast riders that can be in the mix are Hugo Hofstetter, Matteo Trentin, Jasper Stuyven, Cees Bol and Bryan Coquard.
It will be very hard for a breakaway or a finisheur to upset the odds but we expect many riders to give it a try - Max Walscheid, Daryl Impey, Kasper Asgreen, Thomas De Gendt, Julian Alaphilippe and Soren Kragh Andersen.
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TOUR DE FRANCE STAGE 21 PREDICTIONS Below you can find our tipsters' recommended bets on the Tour De France Stage 21 (Winner, Top 3 and Head To Head predictions).
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