Last Chance to Bet on Stage 7 of the Tour of Britain

I presume you have been enjoying watching this year’s Tour of Britain, and today is of course Stage 7 of that event, and the betting markets are as strong as they have been throughout this cycling event so there are certainly some interesting bets available today too.

However, when it comes to the outright winner of any single stage of the race, it can often be the best strategy to follow where the money is going, and with that in mind what I will be doing below is letting you know who the favourites are to win Stage 7 and letting you know where the best odds are to be found.

However, keep in mind that many betting sites are going to let you place an each-way bet on this event, and it is always going to be the case that it will be the betting site that have the most favourable each-way terms that you should be placing your bets and wagers at.

One such site that is always famed for giving their punters more is William Hill, and it will be the odds available on their early betting market for Stage 7 of the Tour of Britain that I will be quoting below!

Most Likely Winners of Stage 7

There are three riders that are attracting the lion’s share of bets on the William Hill betting market for this stage of the Tour of Britain and the one rider that most people are placing their hard earned money on is Andre Greipel whose odds do give you an overview of his chances of winning that stage and those odds are 7/4.

There is also more than enough money pouring in on Caleb Ewan too and that has forced William Hill to offer odds of 3/1 on him winning, the third favourite and one that a fair number of punters do feel is in with a chance of winning his stage is Fernando Gaviria and once again William Hill are leading the way with their odds on him winning and are going 11/2 on him doing so.

How About an Each-Way Bet?

If the odds available on the first three riders in the betting are not that tempting, then keep in mind that William Hill have each-way terms on this event that will see you getting one quarter of the outright  win odds if you place an each-way bet and your chosen rider fills one of the top three positions.

You do of course also get paid out at the full outright win odds if your rider wins that stage too, and with that in mind for a potentially much higher winning pay-out it may just be worth betting one some of the less fancied riders and some to consider betting on include Patrick Bevin at 18/1, Andrea Pasqualon at 33/1 and possibly also Jonathan Hivert at 44/1 too.

But keep in mind at all times, the higher the odds the lesser the riders chances are of winning or even getting placed in Stage 7 of the Tour of Britain!