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We're heading downhill again after those tunnels. Declercq is back on the front for QuickStep with 46km to go.
Declercq, Asgreen, Jungels, Stybar, Bennett. That's the QuickStep order at the hear of the bunch. Alaphilippe not directly in the train at the moment.
His Groupama-FDJ team are still up there looking good. He took huge confidence from that Milano-Torino win.
More of his pre-race thoughts here. The break start attacking each other now, all wanting to be the last to be caught. Boaro launches a full-on sprint.
Or is it? Tonelli, Cima, and Frapporti claw their way back in. They've found a bit of space with those accelerations. It's still a pretty full bunch and it's hard to tell what sort of impact those long steady climbs have had on the legs.
We're just over 10km to the start of the Cipressa. Boaro goes once again as they reach sea level and head towards the coastal road in Impera. But there's barely a gap now.
Not a great time for that. Not the worst time, but that's far from ideal as we head towards the Cipressa. He gets a swift bike change from the team car.
Groupama and CCC are to the fore as we race towards the foot of the Cipressa. Both teams have looked strong all day. He's back.
Declercq takes him back and the reigning champ proceeds to make his way back up the bunch. The rest of his teammates have dropped away from the front.
Only one rider down but it split the pack for a moment. Back together now. Cipressa starts now. No winning move here has worked since , a fact not lost on the peloton as last year there wasn't a single attack on this climb, still ridden fast but nobody wanted to try a move.
But we have an attack now from a Circus-Wanty rider August 8, Vliegen leads. Mosca is chasing. Then there's a group of three with Pogacar and Ciccone.
Bora are chasing. Pogacar drops back now as the third member of that trio, a rider from Vini-Zabu, follows Ciccone's acceleration. Van Avermaet has lost teammates but he's up in third position.
It's Benoot in second there for Sunweb, who have Michael Matthews still in contention. So we're rapidly heading towards the Poggio. At the bottom the road will flatten out for a few kilometres before the climb starts.
Look at Oss! He's riding away from the rest here as he cuts down this descent. He almost overcooks a corner and has to unclip and swing his right leg out.
Heart skipped a beat there but he's back and away. Lutsenko responds. The Kazakh cahmpion attacks from the bunch in pursuit of Oss.
Mosca again jumps on the wheel. A nice move from Oss, putting the pressure on the other teams. Sagan has an armchair ride.
Who have the numbers to mount an organised chase? A Bora rider now chases, despite Oss being out front. It's Benedetti and he's brought the Lutsenko move back.
Jungels leads the chase, Asgreen tucked in behind. Sunweb, CCC and Bora looking good there numbers-wise. Oss has 10 seconds in hand as we head to the Poggio with Just a couple of kms until the climb.
QuickStep have got themselves together properly now and are in almost full formation there, but they're not doing much damage to Oss at the moment.
Stybar is arguing with Kung as Demare gets a word in from behind. QuickStep want help, by the looks of it. Big surge in pace from Groupama, and that's it for Oss in the blink of an eye.
AG2R to the fore, too. The trio is caught as Burghardt sets the pace for Bora. Alaphilippe is there looking around.
This descent is key. Time can be won and lost He has to take every risk here. Alaphilippe is such a daring descender and Van Aert is no slouch either.
The gap's the same. The rest are several seconds further back. The rest of the reduced bunch is only a handful of seconds back.
Every risk being taken here by Alaphilippe. The road will soon flatten out and collaboration will be crucial. Van Aert is taking a swig but gets on with his job.
Still descending. The pair have a tenuous lead but it's not like there are organised teams behind.
Who will take repsonsibility for the chase? Van Aert on the front into the final He looks over but Alaphilippe is planted there now.
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We have high quality riders like our leader Sonny Colbrelli, captain Vincenzo Nibali and the young Matej Mohoric, who won in Larciano 20 days ago.
However, some sprinters are out of the race so that could change the dynamics a little bit and as usual, we will be going there with the whole team around Greg.
Greg has tested himself on a couple of occasions at Tirreno-Adriatico and his condition looks good. I think he is on a good and healthy build-up to Milan-San Remo.
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More here. This year's race will be held in hot and sunny weather on Saturday August 8 as opposed to its normal spring equinox March date. The key climbs of the Cipressa and the Poggio are all present and correct inside the last 25km of the km route and so the stage is set for a finely balanced battle royale between the sport's best sprinters and one-day riders to win one of the world's oldest and most prestigious races.
Cyclingnews will be bringing you full live coverage, reports, results, news and analysis before, during and after the race. The big question has to be whether Deceuninck-QuickStep 's Julian Alaphilippe is ready to defend his victory, with the Frenchman having been unable to truly show himself during last weekend's Strade Bianche thanks to no fewer than six punctures.
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