I'm taking these now and hope for a repeat of Voeckler's win last year.
.1 unit Burghardt @ $151
.1 unit Eisel @ $201
.2 unit Auge @ $67
.2 unit Pineau @ $51
.4 unit Voeckler @ $51
.2 unit Flecha @ $51
.2 unit Ivanov @ $41
.3 unit Cancellara @ $41
.3 unit Kolobnev @ $41
.4 unit Luis Leon Sanchez @ $41
.1 unit Vogondy @ $201
.1 unit Barredo @ $201
.1 unit Hesjedal @ $126
This worked on four occasions last year. Let's hope it happens again. I'll do In-Play betting if I have to, to get my money back.
Bbox will be very active today. I have chosen three of their riders, let's hope one of them is there. There is a reason why Bbox weren't on the attack yesterday. They knew it wouldn't last. They know there is a good chance today. If some teams do a high pace to try and put hurt into their rivals, the break won't survive hence the Cancellara, Eisel, Sanchez and Kolobnev plays
Last edited by Bolar Bolabi : 07-05-2010 at 02:28 AM.
Lorenzetto is like the 5th guy for Lampre in sprints after Peta, Hondo, Bole and Gavazzi. And the latter three can actually climb a little bit. Dumoulin should get over the hills better than Lorenzetto. If they get to the finish line in the same group, he would win the sprint imo because of Mirco's situation at Lampre.
Added a little more on Bole @75-80. Odds is just wrong. This break is totally sets it up for him. Gavazzi is in it so he is out for a bunch sprint if it happens. I don't think Peta will make it to the finish line with the main group if they are chasing a break. So that leaves it to the Slovenian guy for Lampre.