What about these outsiders:Pogacar, Mas, Vingegaard, Valverde, Nibali. That's it. That's the favorites.
Pozzovivo, Yates, Uran, Higuita, Formolo should do well, but I can't see any of them winning.
Alaphilippe is a bit of enigma. He looked stronger yesterday, he might do well on Saturday.
I thought, Schachmann‘s season was over. Can‘t see Mohorič winning, Hindley might be tired, Arensman hasn‘t been great either, Jay Vine is out of form, a lot of the others with question marks. But they might surprise us, who knows
I mentioned Vingegaard and Uran. Others, I don't think so...
Voodoo claims another. It might actually be happeningThibaut Pinot will not be at the start. The winner of Lombardia 2018 has closed his season and will not be at the start on Saturday of the great classic which will close in 2022. For him the last race of the season remains the Vuelta.
I was starting to suspect it, when he wasn't selected for any of the warm-up races.Thibaut Pinot will not be at the start. The winner of Lombardia 2018 has closed his season and will not be at the start on Saturday of the great classic which will close in 2022. For him the last race of the season remains the Vuelta.
His presence wouldn't have made a difference. He's no longer the rider who won two stages of the Vuelta, and Lombardia back in 2018.Voodoo claims another. It might actually be happening
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