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Stage 12 – Friday July 13 – Saint-Jean-de-Maurienne to Annonay Davézieux, 226km

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  • jimmy the fish

    Judging by the way this lot are riding 7 minutes plus down on the break and failing fast it’ll soon be odds on they don’t make it by nightfall. What price is Dashing Dave Millar up at the front there?

  • Matt Denney

    The bookies are guarding against Peter Sagan recording his fourth stage victory today, pricing the current Green Jersey holder at just 4/1 for the win. Sylvain Chavanel follows in the betting and is well backed at 14/1 ahead of Luis Leon Sanchez at 17/1.

    The big movers today according to leading odds comparison site Oddschecker.com, include Pieter Weening, winner of a stage back in 2005 and part of yesterday’s initial breakaway, who has been backed from 200/1 into 50/1 in places. Samuel Dumoulin, close to victory a couple of times this year and a stage winner in previous tours, has also received support and is now 66/1 from 200/1.

  • dai bananas brother

    Dai’s misssus is backing van den Broeck, even more so since she saw a terrifyng image of one of the Sky riders in the advertising hoarding down the supermarket – it turned out to be a scrubbed and brushed up Mark Cavendish, except it doesn’t look like him withouth a helmet and guess what, — he’s advertising shampoo!!! Wheteher he finishes head and shoulders above the rest in today’s sprint is irrelevant, he’s now saddled with a lousy pun for the rest of his career. ‘Wash ‘n’ Go’ I ask you