That UAE lineup only works because Pogacar lacks any real weaknesses. It's a bunch of middling climbers, some of whom don't excel when riding for others, and two guys for the flat who I wouldn't call top tier. So far Pog's been lucky to have one or two teammates anywhere near him when things get tense on the flat. He'll probably be fine anyway, but the potential for disaster is still there.I strongly disagree, if they are in good form Hirschi, Mcnulty, Soler and Bennet should be a big help in the mountains, and Laengen and Bjerg on other terrain/flats also.
I think it's a very solid Tour line-up.