Marcel Kittel
Marcel Kittel has now three wins in four stages of the 2014 Tour de France.Getty Images

Marcel Kittel has won three out of four stages so far of the 2014 Tour de France, which began at Leeds in England. However, Vixenzo Nibali has held on to the yellow jersey ever since his victory in stage two.

The run will commence from Ypres in Belgium and finish at Arenberg Porte du Hainaut in France covering a distance of 97 mi (155.5km).

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Kittel, representing Team Giant-Shimano, stormed ahead to secure his third victory of this year's marquee cycling event. The 26-year-old German arrived at Lille in 03:36:39s from LeTouquet-Paris-Plage covering 102 mi (163.5km).

Nevertheless, stage two winner from Astana Pro Team, Nibali, holds the Yellow Jersey owing to his timing of 17:07:52.

Peter Sagan, who wore the White Jersey coming into stage two, has held on to the Green Jersey since that stage owing to his better record in the points classification. The 24-year-old Slovakian finished fourth in stage four and stands second in the individual time classification just two seconds behind the leader.

Meanwhile, defending champion Chris Froome was left bleeding after tumbling down just six kilometre's into Tuesday's action. Team sky doctors fixed him up and luckily for the 29-year-old, there was no severe damage to any of his bones.

He currently stands seventh in the race for yellow jersey and will be hoping to climb his way back up the rankings.

Betting Odds (

Stage 5 Winner

  • Chris Froome: 6/5
  • Vincenzo Nibali: 11/2
  • Peter Sagan: 400
  • Alejandro Valverde: 20
  • Chris Horner: 150
  • Jurgen Van Den Broeck: 66
  • Rui Costa: 40