The Paris-Roubaix race will take place on October 3. It will be a challenging one because weather forecasts call for rain during the event. Find out who are the Paris-Roubaix bookie favorites for the cycling event.
Before the event, bookies have their eyes on two riders despite their bad performance during the World Championships in Belgium. Also, the race attracted several famous riders, including Philippe Gilbert. However, Julian Alaphilippe will not participate in the race.
According to a bookie pay per head provider, the top favorite for the event is Wout van Aert. Although he finished 11th in the World Championships, his odds for Paris-Roubaix are 7/2. Mathieu van der Poel is the second favorite with odds of 5/1. He ended the World Championships in eighth place.
The previous best on the planet and Danish force to be reckoned with, Mads Pedersen, is the third favorite for the race with odds of 11/1. The defending champ, Gilbert is struggling in the last two years riding for Lotto-Soudal. His odds are 125/1.
Peter Sagan is another rider who struggled during the Championships has odds of 14/1. Three riders from Deceuninck-Quick-Step riders will be part of the race. Among them, Florian Senechal has the best odds at 16/1.
Dylan van Baarle finished second in the World Championships. However, 9DollarPerHead.com sources only have him at 33/1. Nils Politt was in second place in the last edition of the event. His odds are 30/1.
Swiss cyclist Stefan Kung is another rider who is familiar with the course. His odds are 50/1. Also, Silvan Dillier is a previous second placer of the race. His odds are 400/1.
Becoming a bookie from home is easy with a pay per head solution. Although starting one for the Paris-Roubaix might be late, you can launch one in time for other significant events.