After a rest day today the Giro d'Italia resumes tomorrow with a 238 km stage from Valloire, France to Ivrea in Italy.
Will the sprinters stay in enough contact on Andrate for a sprint finish?
Weather: showers are predicted, freezing temperatures on Mont Cenis.
Vincenzo Nibali, Maglia Rosa, today: "The Giro d'Italia is not finished, we still have to deal with at least three very difficult stages; it is early to be getting carried away. We have to pay close attention to an opponent like Cadel Evans, but there's not only him in the fight for the lead in the overall standings."
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