I don't think it is predictable how the favorites will handle the third week, which has 15,000 meters of climbing. It's not a given for Evenepoel, nor Roglic or the others. If someone has a big lead, he can be attacked. If it is a tight GC, everyone will race hard enough to discourage moves from the frontrunners. At this point it comes down to attrition, but then there is the last TT up a mountain, which could be decisive. We should know already something after stage 9, but surprises always abound in the Giro. The TTs should stir the waters, but the mountains shall have the final say.