Turn to see how Roglic is

Tomorrow's main incentive will be to see if Primoz Roglic is still the Dauphiné, or if instead he is still weighed down by the fall.

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Transition day this Monday. The peloton took the opportunity to recover from the falls and prepare the mountain. It was impressive to see how Caleb Ewan slipped through a gap in which no one saw him and was able to surprise Sam Bennett, who already looked like the winner of the stage. He was also lucky enough to find that space, since if Peter Sagan had been a little further to the right, he could not have passed. Tomorrow comes the first high finish of the race. I expect few differences between the favorites. The main incentive of the day will be to see if Primoz Roglic is still the Dauphiné, or if instead he is still weighed down by the fall. I also want to see how Egan Bernal is doing, who, like Roglic, had problems a few days ago.

The arrival in a first-class port will be the first face-to-face between the men of the general. The Ineos are being seen with less responsibility and strength than in other years, so the Jumbo will have to take responsibility. Runners like Mikel Landa will have to move, if at all, at the right time, but their teams will not take control of the race. The same will happen with others like Tadej Pogacar or Thibaut Pinot. Julian Alaphilippe could survive in that port, because yellow can give him wings. After last year, it's hard to guess where your limit is.



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