TADEJ POGACAR will clinch back-to-back Yellow Jerseys on the Champs Elysees tonight – but all British eyes will be on Mark Cavendish.
Slovenian sensation Pogacar was a surprise Tour de France winner last year when long-time leader Primoz Roglic choked in the dramatic time trial finale.
But 22-year-old Pogacar has romped home with 5min 20sec to spare this time and only has to negotiate the procession into Paris – where history awaits Cavendish today too.
The Manx rocket is favorite to win a 35th career stage on Le Tour, taking him past Belgian legend Eddy Merckx’s 46-year-old record, after eight circuits of the famous boulevard.
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