Should Evenepoel take risks for the yellow jersey? Our experts agree with Remco… and with you

Should Evenepoel take risks for the yellow jersey? Our experts agree with Remco… and with you
Should Evenepoel take risks for the yellow jersey? Our experts agree with Remco… and with you

The four men are decided by the accumulation of their places obtained on each stage and the Slovenian is currently ahead of the Belgian for two places, Vingegaard for 11 places and Carapaz for 14 places. But the ranking of this Monday’s stage will upset the order of the quartet, especially since Tadej Pogacar seemed not to want to take the yellow jersey this Sunday and we can therefore imagine that he will let himself slip into back of the peloton at the finish, Monday.

Tour de France: Remco Evenepoel in yellow this Monday? It’s possible but you’ll have to take risks

It remains to be seen who will be the most opportunistic, but also who will have the courage to compete with the sprinters to achieve the best possible result and thus take the yellow tunic. In our survey, almost 80% of you think that Remco Evenepoel should not take any risks in this sprint. The main person concerned also agrees with you: “I will not risk my life in Monday’s sprint for the yellow jersey.”

And our experts, present in Italy for the start of this Tour de France, join you. It would be a shame to risk jeopardizing the rest of the Tour de France because of a fall, to adorn ourselves with a yellow jersey that our compatriot will end up wearing one day (and too bad if it is not in 2024).

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