2024 Tour de France Betting Entering Stage 8

This year’s Tour de France will enter the 8th Stage tomorrow. It is a flat 184.4 KM ride from Semur-en-Auxois to Colombey-les-Deux-Églises. Remco Evenepoel was the winner of today’s Stage 7, and is currently placed fourth in the overall Tour de France futures at online sportsbooks.

2024 Tour de France Odds To Win

  • Tadej Pogacar -275
  • Jonas Vingegaard +250
  • Remco Evenepoel +1000
  • Primoz Roglic +3300
  • Juan Ayuso +5000
  • Carlos Rodriguez +8000
  • Joao Almeida +8000
  • Adam Yates +12500
  • Mikel Landa +20000
  • Felix Gall +30000
  • Matteo Jorgenson +30000
  • Alexander Vlasov +40000

Pogacar is the overall leader of the race and will wear the yellow jersey into the Eighth Stage on Saturday.

“I would have loved to have taken a stage win today, but against Remco, it’s a bit tough. But I gained time on Primoz [Roglic] and Jonas [Vingegaard] and the other guys, so I can be really happy.”

Tadej Pogacar

What’s impressive is that Tadej Pogacar holds odds that are nearly 200 points into the negative among such a massive field of racers. It appears that it is either Podocar or Jonas Vingegaard’s race to win, as they are the only two anywhere near even money.

All others are listed at 10x or well north of that and would appear to be a value bet if not for their incredibly low probability of winning the race.

Tadej won the Tour de France in 2020 and 2021, while Vingegaard is on a two-tour winning streak, capturing the last two races in 2022 and 2023.

Things get a little more interesting when considering who to wager on to win in tomorrow’s Stage 8. The odds are a little more competitive throughout the top handful of contenders, with each of them granting a massive payout if they win.

2024 Tour de France Stage 8 Odds To Win

  • Arnaud De Lie +400
  • Jasper Philipsen +700
  • Biniam Girmay +1000
  • Wout Van Aert +1000
  • Mads Pedersen +1200
  • Mathieu Van Der Poel +1600
  • Dylan Groenewegen +2500
  • Magnus Cort Nielsen +2500
  • Marijn Van Den Berg +2500
  • Michael Matthews +2500

Another benefit of stage betting is that gamblers do not have to wait until the race is over to get paid. Cash winnings can be earned each day, and there are different strategies that can be applied to each leg of the race due to their unique conditions.

For example, none of the bikers who are expected to win the Tour are listed in the top ten in tomorrow’s Stage 8 futures. That’s because it will be mostly flat and benefits those with raw speed.

The remaining stages of this year’s Tour de France can be seen on NBC or streaming on Peacock (subscription required). Tour de France odds can be found at each of our best-reviewed 18-friendly gambling sites.

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