Tour De France Stage 21 Predictions, Favorites, Odds & H2H (Champs-Élysées - 24.7.2022)
- Written by David Bet
The final stage of the 2022 Tour de France begins in the La Defense Arena and after 115.6 km finish at the most famous race finish, the Champs-Élysées, Paris for the 48th time. Traditionally, it's a day for the sprinters. Who will win this year? Find here our Tour De France Stage 21 predictions, odds, recommended bets on Winner, Top 3 & Head to Head, promo codes & betting offers!
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The riders clip into their pedals near Paris La Défense Arena in Nanterre, a western suburb of Paris.
Most of the route towards pars is flat, except a fourth category climb that will award the final KOM point.
The riders enter the Champs-Élysées circuit after 59.5km, including an intermediate sprint at the top of the famous boulevard, close to the Arc de Triomphe.
Following the eight laps of almost 7 kilometres on the Champs-Élysées circuit, the biggest bike race in the world comes to a stap at breakneck speeds.
Since 1975, les Champs-Elysées has been home to the final stage of the Tour de France and another sprint finish is next to certain.
Stage 21 Favourites
Wout Van Aert powered to victory on the Champs-Élysées last year, something that underlined his extraordinary versatility.
The Belgian has been amazing almost every day of this year's Tour De France, including on Saturday's individual time trial. He is the most brilliant rider after these three weeks of racing, and is the natural favorite to win the stage.
Van Aert faces competition from three main competitors - Fabio Jakobsen, Dylan Groenewegen and Jasper Philipsen. They have won a bunch sprint each, with Wout Van Aert finishing runner-up in all three occasions. They also have strong leadouts that will fight to bring their captain in the best position with 250 meters to go.
The likes of Peter Sagan, Caleb Ewan and Mads Petersen all have podium ambitions while Alexander Kristoff, Alberto Dainese and Hugo Hofstetter would be more than happy with a Top 5 placement.
Historically, successful breakaways are very unlikely in the final stage of the Tour De France. In a such scenario, finisheurs with good time-trial skills are the riders to look for.
Stefan Kung, Stefan Bissegger, Nils Politt, Edwald Boasson Hagen, Maximilian Schachmann, Brandon McNulty, Matej Mohoric and Jan Tratnik are the main candidates for a major upset.
TOUR DE FRANCE STAGE 21 PREDICTIONS
The section below contains our experts' betting tips on the Tour De France Stage 21 (Winner, Top 3 and Head To Head recommended bets).
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