Groenewegen, Viviani and Ewan are obvious contenders on this sprinter's stage, writes Jack Houghton, but what will they have left after the Pyrenees?
2018 Tour De France Betting Tips
An odd stage, writes Jack Houghton, which looks designed to encourage a breakaway or solo win. Can Steven Cummings justify his Tour place? Read moreJoin today View market
Another wide-open stage where the efforts of previous days could catch up with the favourites, writes Jack Houghton, who thinks Bernal most likely to endure
An explosive introduction to the high mountains, writes Jack Houghton, but expect some caution from riders as they look ahead to more hard stages to come
Wout van Aert blew his rivals away on a time trial last month, writes Jack Houghton, but punters would do well to remember Thomas's history in the discipline
A wide-open stage, writes Jack Houghton, which could go the way of a Yellow Jersey contender or a breakaway
Dylan Groenewegen should be the fastest on this downhill finish, writes Jack Houghton, but there's a slight worry that he might not be there to contest the s...
This always looked like a breakaway stage, writes Jack Houghton, but now he's not so sure, reckoning the sprint teams will guarantee a bunch finish
A [30.00] selection on Stage 8 bringing back-to-back winners, Jack Houghton is brimming with confidence on Stage 9
The most interesting stage of the Tour, writes Jack Houghton, but also the most difficult to predict: caution is advised.
A few sprinters have been showing consistency in the Tour so far, writes Jack Houghton, but this is a stage to tentatively opt for Groenewegen