2020 Tour de France Betting Update

2020 Tour de France Betting Update

Written by on September 10, 2020

Primoz Roglic, Egan Bernal, Tadej Pogacar and Nairo Quintana have separated from the rest of the Tour De France pack. Check out updated Tour de France odds and information for the final four cyclists with a chance at winning the 2020 Tour De France! Let’s get right to it so you can make your bets against their Cycling odds.

2020 Tour de France : Updates, Injuries, Highlights, Predictions, Odds to Win

  • When: Saturday, Aug. 29 – Sunday, Sep 20

Updated Odds to Win the 2020 Tour de France

Primoz Roglic takes charge

On Sunday, Sep 6, Roglic grabbed the Yellow Jersey. Racing up numerous climbs, Primoz finished second behind stage winner Pogacar Tadej. Roglic has continued to race so that he could add bonus time onto his lead. 

Primoz knows that with the Alpine stages still to come. He and his team, Jumbo-Visma, can’t rest on their laurels. Roglic insists that it’s a “team goal to win” the Tour de France. Roglic stressed that it’s still “just the start of the Tour de France” and that there are plenty of tough stages for Jumbo-Visma left in the race.

At this point, Roglic and Jumbo-Visma look difficult to beat. We have more thoughts on why that’s the case in the next section. 

Tour de France heads to final week with Roglic looking strong

Not counting Stage 12, check out the current top seven at the 2020 Tour de France. After Pogacar in seventh, the rest of the cyclists are at least a full minute behind the leader. 

We added the seconds each cyclist is behind leader Primoz Roglic. 

  1. Primoz Roglic – Leader 
  2. Egan Bernal – 21 seconds 
  3. Guillaume Martin – 28 seconds 
  4. Romain Bardet – 30 seconds 
  5. Nairo Quintano – 32 seconds 
  6. Rigoberto Uran – 32 seconds
  7. Tadej Pogacar – 44 seconds

At this stage, cycling handicappers see this as a three-person race. Odds on Roglic are at -118. One of the reasons? Jumbo-Visma views a Roglic yellow jersey win as a team effort. Primoz himself considers a victory as a team effort. 

Roglic’s colleague, Tom Dumoulin was one of the favorites heading into the event. Dumoulin sacrificed his chances in Stage 8 to push Roglic forward. The effort from other Jumbo-Visma cyclists makes Roglic a fair play at -118.

But, Primoz did crash out of the Criterium Dauphine. Also, Egan Bernal won’t go quietly away while Tadej Pogacar still has a shot. Pogacar survived a crash in Stage 10. He can excel on the Alpine stages. 

Those who feel Nairo Quintana can get it done should jump on the odds. Quintana said that what he wants to do is stay close enough for a chance at the yellow jersey. Right now, that looks like a longshot, but crazy things should happen in the final week. So, don’t discount Nairo’s chances just yet.

Have a great rest of your week!