- Cycling bettors saw odds for Stefano Oldani change from +3300 to -120 within a three hour time span for Stage 12 betting.
ITALY – Stage 12 of the Giro d’ Italia ended Thursday with Stefano Oldani coming in first place for the stage. He proved that no lead is safe until the round ends.
This cycling event is one of the biggest of the year, and offers great legal betting opportunities, because of how much action unfolds live.
Odds Are Constantly Changing
In Stage 12 Oldani was not even in the top 10.
Odds With 50km Until The End Point
- Matthieu Van Der Poel +150
- Wilco Kelderman +500
- Magnus Cort Nielsen +650
- Bauke Mollema +800
Oldani’s live odds were at +3300 three hours into the event.
Odds With 25km Until The End Point
- Stefano Oldani -120
- Lorenzo Rota +450
- Wilco Kelderman +1200
- Matthieu Van Der Poel +2000
Stage 13 kicks off early Friday morning, leaving more cycling betting available before and during.
Odds To Win Stage 13
- Arnaud Demare +400
- Fernando Gaviria +450
- Matthieu Van Der Poel +550
- Alberto Dainese +700
- Stefon Aldani +4000
Matthieu Van Der Poel, also known as MVP, had a lead in Stage 12 near the end of the race. Having won a stage during the 2021 Tour De France, his +550 should be monitored during Stage 13.
Betting on the overall winner carries more risk because they winner comes from all 21 stages. There are eight more stages until the event is over completely.
Odds For Overall Winner
- Richard Carapaz +100
- Romain Bardet +350
- Joao Almeida +450
- Mikel Landa +550
- Jai Hindley +1200
- Emanuel Buchmann +2800
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