The 2015 Tour de France concludes on Sunday night (AEST), but the battle for the Yellow Jersey will finish when the peloton tackles Alpe d’Huez on Saturday night.
Chris Froome looks as though he has his second Yellow Jersey all but wrapped up, but anything can happen on the climb up Alpe d’Huez and there is sure to be a thrilling finish to Le Tour this weekend.
Tour De France Winner Betting
Chris Froome has remained steady at a quote of $1.08 for over a week and it would take an injury or a complete meltdown for the Team Sky team leader to miss out on the 2015 Tour de France title.
Nairo Quintana is currently available at a quote of $6.50 and he is the only real danger to Froome, but he currently sits at more than three minutes behind his rival.
Alberto Contador ($34) is on the third line of betting, but it is almost impossible to see him closing the gap on his two rivals.
King Of The Mountains Betting
Froome currently sits on top of the 2015 King Of The Mountains Standings with 61 points and he is on top of our King Of The Mountains betting mountain at a quote of $2.10.
Joachim Rodriguez currently sits in second position on 52 points and he would likely need to be involved in an early breakaway in one of the concluding stages to be any chance of claiming the jersey, but he is on the second line of our betting at a quote of $3.
Jakob Fuglsang ($13), Nario Quintana ($13), Thibaut Pinot ($15), Rafal Majka ($17) and Romain Bardet ($19) remain in our betting market, but it would take a supreme effort for any of them to steal the Polka Dot jersey.
Points Classification Betting
The Green Jersey has been all but decided and Peter Sagan currently sits almost 100 points over his nearest rival Andre Greipel.
Sagan is not the type of rider that is going to have any real issues climbing up Alpe d’Huez and that is the reason why he currently sits at a quote of $1.01.
Greipel is on the second line of betting at $26 from John Degenkolb ($51), but both would require a Sagan injury to win the Green Jersey.
Young Rider Classification Betting
Nairo Quintana holds a massive seven minutes and 53 seconds over his nearest rival Warren Barguil in the Young Rider Classification, but it is in fact Romain Bardet that is on the second line of betting at a quote of $17.
There is no way that Quintana loses the White Jersey and there is no reason that he should not be shorter than his current quote of $1.03.
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