I do enjoy watching stage 9 of the Tour de France, for it has to be one of the most challenging of stages, and you may actually know it as the King of the Cobbles stage, and that is due to the type of road surface the riders will have to endure during this stage!
There is currently however one rider that many punters are convinced is going to win and win quite easily stage nine of the Tour de France, and that rider is Peter Sagan. In fact, so much money has been placed on him his win odds at sites such as Betfred are 9/4, so if you do fancy his chances then you really should be acting very quickly to secure those odds, as they may start to drop soon and drop very quickly too.
Niki Terpstra is the second favourite to win this race and with the raw talent and abilities of that rider I certainly wouldn’t put you off place a bet on Niki winning stage 9, much more so as you can currently get odds of around 6/1 on him being the winner of that stage!
A few of the other riders that are high up on the betting markets include the likes of Philippe Gilbert, at 7/1 Greg Van Avermaet, at 10/1 and if everything does fall into place eon this race it could go the way of Yves Lampaert at 14/1 or even Arnaud Demare at 16/1!
Riders with Generous Odds Attached to Them
You will of course find odds attached to all of the riders taking part in the King of the Cobbles stage of the Tour de France, and with high odds of 28/1 at Betfred on the likes of Edvald Boasson Hagan and Alexander Kristoff they are both worth a small and speculative punt!
As for some other possible winners of this stage but with even higher odds available then you should be looking at riders such as Bog Jungels, Bob, Geraint Howell Thomas or even Jens Keukeleire who are all 33/1 to win this stage.
Rank Outsiders to Win
As for the rank outsiders, there are way too many of them to list, however to give you an insight into what odds you can currently secure if you are prepared to bet on some riders with gigantic odds attached to them let me name a few of those rank outsiders.
Romain Bardet, Rick Zabel, Jacopo Guarnieri, Jose Joaquin Rojas and Julien Simon are all 500/1 and you can get 750/1 on Rigoberto Uran, Florian Vachon and Daniele Bennati too!
But if you do fancy the chances of an outsider then you may be better off checking out the odds currently available on the betting exchange over at Betfair, as by doing so you will bound to find some punters offering way higher odds than those listed above on that peer to peer betting change, and there will be plenty of volatility on that betting exchange too!