The 107th edition of the Tour de France will get underway on Saturday, 29 August 2020 after it was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. 22 teams are expected to contest in this years Tour De France.
Tour De France 2020 Outright
Betting on the Tour De France
The Tour De France has become a popular sport to bet on and online bookmaker like Sportsbet offer a variety of markets on each stage.
Outright winner betting is obviously one of the more popular markets while stage winner markets and individual rider head to head markets also attract a lot of focus from punters.
Multi-betting is another great option for punters. Given that some head to head markets can often appear to be one-sided there isn’t a lot of value betting head-to-head but putting markets into a multi-bet can be a great way to add some extra value.
Tour De France Stages
|29 August||Nice to Nice||170 km (106 mi)||Hilly stage|
|30 August||Nice to Nice||190 km (118 mi)||Medium mountain stage|
|31 August||Nice to Sisteron||198 km (123 mi)||Flat stage|
|1 September||Sisteron to Orcières-Merlette||157 km (98 mi)||Hilly stage|
|2 September||Gap to Privas||183 km (114 mi)||Flat stage|
|3 September||Le Teil to Mont Aigoual||191 km (119 mi)||Hilly stage|
|4 September||Millau to Lavaur||168 km (104 mi)||Flat stage|
|5 September||Cazères to Loudenvielle||140 km (87 mi)||Mountain stage|
|6 September||Pau to Laruns||154 km (96 mi)||Mountain stage|
|7 September||Charente-Maritime||Rest day|
|8 September||Île d’Oléron to Île de Ré||170 km (106 mi)||Flat stage|
|9 September||Châtelaillon-Plage to Poitiers||167 km (104 mi)||Flat stage|
|10 September||Chauvigny to Sarran||218 km (135 mi)||Hilly stage|
|11 September||Châtel-Guyon to Puy Mary||191 km (119 mi)||Medium mountain stage|
|12 September||Clermont-Ferrand to Lyon||197 km (122 mi)||Flat stage|
|13 September||Lyon to Grand Colombier||175 km (109 mi)||Mountain stage|
|14 September||Isère||Rest day|
|15 September||La Tour-du-Pin to Villard-de-Lans||164 km (102 mi)||Mountain stage|
|16 September||Grenoble to Méribel (Col de la Loze)||168 km (104 mi)||Mountain stage|
|17 September||Méribel to La Roche-sur-Foron||168 km (104 mi)||Mountain stage|
|18 September||Bourg-en-Bresse to Champagnole||160 km (99 mi)||Flat stage|
|19 September||Lure to La Planche des Belles Filles||36 km (22 mi)||Mountain time trial|
|20 September||Mantes-la-Jolie to Paris (Champs-Élysées)||122 km (76 mi)||Flat stage|
|Total||3,470 km (2,156 mi)|
Tour De France Live Streaming & TV Coverage
One of the great things about the Tour De France is that every game can be watched live and free every night of the event. SBS have the current rights to broadcast the Tour De France and do a great fantastic job of capturing the race and the atmosphere surrounding it.
How do I bet on the Tour De France?
Looking to bet on the Tour De France? Betting online is surprisingly easy. There are a range of bookmakers you can bet with including Sportsbet, Neds and Ladbrokes. Once you've selected an online bookmaker you'll be able to create an account and make a deposit in minutes! Once your account is set up you'll be able to browse all the Tour De France markets and place your bet.
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