DownhillStage 14 of Tour de France 2021 takes place on Saturday 10th July, a rolling profile with a downhill finish at Quillan

 

 

 

 

Brent's video preview

 

 

 

Outright Update

 

Stage 13 was claimed by Mark Cavendish, his fourth of the tour which equalled the record of Eddy Merckx when it comes to the highest number of stage wins in TDF history. Cav's lead out man Michael Mirkov was second and Jasper Philpsen third.

 

Simon Yates abandoned after a crash but the GC leaders came in unscathed and as far the overall standings are concerned Pogacar remains in yellow with Uran +5:18, Vingegarrd is +5:32 and Carapaz +5:33.

 

Pogacar remains the 1/18 favourite and to create further interest World Sports Betting have priced up a “Without Pogacar” market where Vingegaard is the current 6/10 market leader.

 

Mark Cavendish leads the Points Classification with 279 ahead of Matthews 178 and Philipsen 171

Quintana leads the KoM with 50 points, van Aert has 44 Michael Woods has 42 and that competition will spring back into life over the course of this weekend.

 

You can view all the available outright markets here.

 

Stage Profile

 

The stage is just shy of 184km in length with five Categorized climbs (2 x Cat3 and 3 x Cat 2's) evenly spread along the route. Intermediate sprint points are available after the first of the climbs and the final hill top is about 16km from the finish.

 

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The Betting - Click here to bet

 

Van Aert 8/1

Alaphilippe 10/1

Mohoric 16/1

Cort Nielsen 22/1

Fraile 22/1

Woods 22/1

25/1 and upwards the rest

 

Note, prices are correct at the time of publication but are subject to change

 

The Verdict

 

There are a number of riders who look well suited to challenge for the stage win including Matej Mohoric who won Stage 7 which was a similar profile to what we have on Saturday's menu. This stage may also be on his radar, especially given his descending skills which will make him hard to beat if he is in touch over the final climb.

Another rider we expect in the break and who has shown he has good legs is Kasper Asgreen and given his performances in tough one day races this year, this stage looks perfect for him and the current 28/1 on offer looks generous.

 

Don't forget the money back special promotion for a second place finish and also the option to bet in play.

 

Bets: Mohoric at 16/1

Asgreen at 28/1

 

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Note, prices are correct at the time of publication but are subject to change

 

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Tour de France 2021 Stage 21 Betting Preview
Tour de France 2021 Stage 21 Betting Preview

Stage 21 of Tour de France 2021 takes place on Sunday 18th July when the tour ends with the traditional finish on the Champs-Élysées in Paris.

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