Slalom World Cup 2020 odds are finally out. According to betting predictions, Noel, Kristoffersen, and Yule have the best chances to win one of the most difficult Alpine skiing disciplines among men.
The Alpine Ski World Cup is in full flow. The men’s competition went through numerous chances because of the pandemic but was finally set for the October-March period. On December 20 and 21, skiers will face one of the most difficult disciplines – slalom and giant slalom. Who leads the odds to win according to online sportsbooks in Italy?
Men’s Slalom World Cup 2020 odds
Among 25 competitors, three skiers have the best chances of winning slalom and giant slalom. Although there are no odds on the GS so far, you can wager on one of the favorites at Bet365 Sportsbook. As for now, three skiers are predicted to win on December 20, 2020.
Daniel Yule has the third-best chance to finish the track successfully on December 20. The 27-years-old Swiss’s odds are 6.50. Wagering on Yule makes sense as he is an Olympic and World champion. Although he has earned 6 points overall so far, the skier is good in slalom discipline – that’s why he is in the top-3 in spite of his modest results.
Second-best Slalom World Cup 2020 odds belong to Henrik Kristoffersen. The 26-years-old Norwegian skier has 2.50 odds to win at online gambling sites in Italy. Another Olympics champion currently has the best results among all three favorites: he has earned 156 points since the beginning of the tournament.
Clement Noel shares the highest odds to win in slalom discipline with Henrik Kristoffersen. French World Cup alpine ski racer has 2.50 odds at Bet365 Sportsbook to win. Betting closes on December 20, so hurry up to support one of your favorites.
Alpine Skiing World Cup 2020/21 will last until March 21. Follow Bet365 to wager on men’s and women’s competitions.