Psyched for tomorrow. Will be an interesting race. The only big team that shouldn’t wait too long to make the race tough is Belgium. They’ve got too many cards not to use. Sagan, MvDP, Matthews, Kristoff etc.. can afford to wait until the very end for one big kick. They might actually benefit from a bigger group in the end because it would be easier to control. If you can isolate the main protagonists, Belgium can play some interesting cards. In a group with about 30 to 40 riders it won’t be easy to control riders like Wellens and Evenepoel. Naesen and Lampaert can mark other riders. Gilbert can follow and attack in a later stage. Van Avermaet just has to follow the other favorites. Denmark, Italy and Spain should help make it a hard race. Not sure if France has the horsepower to do so. The Australians as usual will probably work the most to keep it together. I’m hoping for an elite group to be formed pretty quickly in the race with a few teams with multiple cards (couples or trio’s from Belgium, Denmark, Spain, Australia, Italy) and some isolated heavy favorites.