Tour De France Stage 21, the final chapter of this year's edition, is a 105km run from Montgeron to Paris Champs-Elysèes. This article contains our Tour De France STAGE 21 betting preview, best odds, predictions on Winner & Head to Head, betting promotions & no deposit free bets on the final TDF stage!
TOUR DE FRANCE STAGE 21 BETTING PREVIEW The final stage of the 2017 Tour de France begins in Montgeron, the town that hosted the start of the inaugural Tour de France way back in 1903. From herethe peloton will descend on the centre of Paris for the now traditional evening stage, hitting the first of eight laps up-and-down the Champs-Elysees. Breakaways may feature, but this one is for the sprinters.
Lotto Soudal’s Andre Greipel, who would love to repeat his victory on the final stage of the last two Tour de France editions, is the bookmakers' favourite despite he is yet to win a stage this year despite the German has had the best lead out train of any team. Furthermore, The "Gorilla" has won in every Grand Tour he’s contested since 2008. He’s won in every Tour since 2011
Edvald Boasson Hagen have impressed throughout the Tour and is one of the most backed riders (we tipped him to win Stage 19!). Plus, he is a better climber compared to his main opponents and this could see him being less tired after two mountain stages and an individual time trial.
Other contenders for the stage win include Dylan Groenewegen, who is yet to show the sort of form we might have expected of him, and Team Sunweb’s Michael Matthews, who has already secured the Green Jersey. The Champs-Elysèes road is wide enough to cover their lack of positioning skills.
Alexander Kristoff will want to rediscover the form that has seen him win Tour sprints in the past while sprinters as Nacer Bouhanni, Davide Cimolai, Sonny Colbrelli and Ben Swift also have strong claims.
Quickstep's Fabio Sabatini could be the surprise package as his captain Marcel Kittel abandoned the race. The Italian is expected to take part in the bunch sprint and he could be fresher than other sprinters.
Other riders who could be in the mix are John Degenkolb, Greg Van Avermaet and Rudiger Selig. In our opinion, only Degenkolb can aspire to grab a podium finish.
The likes of Tony Martin, Maciej Bodnar, Steve Cummings and Daniele Bennati could try to upset the sprinters' team with a late escape in the final kilometers.
Looking for more long shots?
Sylvain Chavanel, Alexey Lutsenko, Oliver Naesen and Stefan Kung are possible options for brave punters.
TOUR DE FRANCE STAGE 21 ODDS
- Andre Greipel @ 4.00
- Edvald Boasson Hagen @ 5.00
- Dylan Groenewegen @ 5.50
- Michael Matthews @ 13.00
- John Degenkolb @ 13.00
- Nacer Bouhanni @ 15.00
- Alexander Kristoff @ 17.00
- Rudiger Selig @ 61.00
- Sonny Colbrelli @ 67.00
- Davide Cimolai @ 67.00
- Greg Van Avermaet @ 81.00
- Fabio Sabatini @ 101.00
- Jens Keukeleire @ 101.00
- Stefan Kung @ 101.00
- Ben Swift @ 111.00
- Tony Martin @ 111.00
- Maciej Bodnar @ 151.00
- Steve Cummings @ 151.00
- Sylvain Chavanel @ 151.00
- Thomas Boudat @ 201.00
- Alexey Lutsenko @ 201.00
- Daniele Bennati @ 201.00
- Michael Valgren @ 201.00
- Oliver Naesen @ 201.00
TOUR DE FRANCE STAGE 21 PREDICTIONS
- Winner: Edvald Boasson Hagen @ 5.00
- Winner: Dylan Groenewegen @ 5.50
- Winner: Daniele Bennati @ 201.00
- Head to Head: Boasson Hagen to beat Greipel @ 1.91
- Head to Head: Groenewegen to beat Degenkolb @ 1.50
- Head to Head: Sabatini to beat Cimolai @ 2.37
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