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We're coming up to the final climb of the day, the Col de l'Orme. Shortly after that will be the intermediate sprint in Dignes, and then it's all about the run-in to Sisteron, where the sprint trains will begin to assemble.
Cousin is exploiting his full aero tuck as he heads down towards the intermediate sprint, where we should see some action in the peloton from the green jersey hopefuls.
Cousin crosses the intermediate sprint line but the points won't mean much to him. They will, however, to the fast men in the bunch behind, where the pace is now really starting to increase on the approach.
The gap is down to a minute. Sagan comes through to take it after a lead-out from Oss. Bonifazio was second, with Bennett and Kristoff also up there.
Cousin has his forearms on his bars and his left hand draped over his right. Head down, mullet sticking up, he's squeezing every last ounce out of this solo breakaway.
Peter Sagan, 17 3. Niccolo Bonifazio, 15 4. Giacomo Nizzolo, 13 5. Alexander Kristoff, 11 6. Daniel Oss, 10 7. Sam Bennett, 9 8. Matteo Trentin, 8 9.
Bryan Coquard, 7 Max Walscheid, 6 Michael Morkov, 5 Geoffrey Soupe, 4 Damiano Caruso, 3 Sonny Colbrelli, 1. Want to watch the finale of this stage as well as looking at me writing about it?
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I don't think any other team has done a single turn turn today. It's still calm but it won't be long before things start heating up and teams begin the scramble to get their lead-outs organised and into position.
Cousin's lead is down to just 30 seconds. He can look behind and see the advancing peloton. It's a headwind on the finishing straight, and a stiff one at that.
Timing is going to be crucial here. No one will want to be hitting the wind any further than m out. It's slowly winding up but it's still yet to really intensify.
Ineos now set up on the left-hand side of the road. They're simply looking to keep Egan Bernal out of trouble up until the safety net of the 3km-to-go banner.
Cousin puts his hands into the drops and springs out of the saddle on a false flat. A courageous ride from the Frenchman today.
There it is, all over. All we can say is 'chapeau' to the rider who has solely taken the responsibility for making something, anything, happen today.
But now we forget about the Frenchman and turn our attention to the sprint finish. Teams are starting to get organised now the catch has been made.
Bahrain McLaren are prominent here, with Landa to protect on GC and Colbrelli to tee up for the sprint. NTT have set up for Nizzolo on the right, with Cofidis and Ineos on the left.
Who are you picking for the win today? Let us know via Twitter cyclingnewsfeed. In my pre-race predictions I backed Bennett to be the most successful sprinter at this Tour, so I'm going to pick him today.
He has the best lead-out, especially now Ewan has lost Degenkolb and Gilbert. The issue is that question of pressure, and I can't decide if there'll be more or less of it after his teammate Alaphilippe won yesterday.
Towards the to-go banner we go and now the pace really lifts. NTT are still on the right as QuickStep lose Declercq and go with Jungels.
Here we go then. This is where the road drags uphill, and Bahrain come to the fore on the left, with Mitchelton also looking interested. Groupama-FDJ have moved up on the right with 7.
No Demare here, who's cleaning up everywhere else, but they're trying to look after Pinot, who crashed just inside the 3km banner on the opening day.
Cosnefroy is down after riding into the back of an Ineos rider. There was another crash a little further up, too. We're grinding up a false flat again and CCC have two riders on the front.
Sunweb move up on the left now. They're working for Cees Bol. Ineos won't be going anywhere near this sprint but Rowe is taking the champion to the 3km to go banner, where GC times are neutralised in the event of a crash.
Rowe takes Bernal under the banner and now QuickStep take it up again. It's Asgreen on the front, Alaphilippe second wheel. Mitchelton-Scott now try to take it up on the right.
Lotto Soudal are there behind them - first time we've seen them today. UAE take it up on the right but Sunweb have it on the left.
Lotto are down the middle with NTT tucked in behind. What a sprint. Bennett and Nizzolo went either side of Sagan as they opened up and Ewan was still a fair way back at that point, but he weaved his way through at incredible speed, overhauling Bennett in the last 25 metres.
We spoke about the headwind and the need to leave it late. Sagan went far too early and faded. Ewan, who's especially good in a headwind given his super low profile, came from really far back and nipped right around Sagan then left around Bennett, all in the final 50 metres.
Insane sprint from Caleb Ewan. How did he get to the front?? Already thought this but he's the best sprinter in the world TDF pic.
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Here's our news on Postlberger being forced out of the race due to wasp sting. Up ahead though and Cavagna is still out there on his own and driving a strong pace that keeps him clear with a gap of with 78km to go.
Ewan has made it back to the peloton. Tour de France: Pöstlberger abandons after in-race wasp sting. Cavagna is on a short downhill section and is still holding over a minute on the peloton.
He's never had more than 2'56 but he's been away for almost km. We've got 68km to go as Bora and Sunweb continue to set the pace at the front of the peloton.
This morning Sagan spoke to the media, and this is what he said, as reported by LeTour. We will see. We try to control. I think also with other teams we're going to come to the sprint.
It's very difficult because Sam is always on my wheel if I want to try to go in the break, or stuff like that.
And after he's faster in the sprint, you know. We are sprinting, I don't know, metres for the sprint, then taking points.
Then we will see. I have to try my best in the sprint, and we'll see how it's going. I will try. That will change soon enough as he head into more rolling terrain.
Bennett now is being dragged up closer to the front of the peloton but we're still about 14km from the intermediate. Sagan needs to do something.
No intermediate sprint for Ewan as he's right at the back but that's to be expected. Trentin is up there though.
The main field now passes through the feedzone and that will allow Cavagna to find a few more seconds.
QuickStep will want him to take the intermediate points that are coming up, with the gap now at 1' Bahrain have moved up now as the tension rises ahead of this sprint.
We've 59km to go as we see Poels leading Landa to the front. All the GC teams are bringing their leaders closer to the action. This climb that comes up before the sprint, is longer than the 4th cat that we had earlier as the gap continues to drop.
It's at 1'09 as Bora control the pace. Everyone is just watching and waiting for the moment. The road is going to start to climb now for Cavagna and then the peloton too, with the gap at 1' The speed in the bunch those is far from frantic.
Cavagna is closing in on those vital points, which will just push Bennett that much closer to arriving in Paris in the green jersey.
Bora though have totally moved off the front. There's been an attack and it's from Rolland and Cosnefroy with 50km to go and now Rowe has attacked as well.
That makes three riders with Rowe linking up with Cosnefroy and Rolland. Nothing else from the bunch.
It looks like Sagan is going to wait for the sprint at the finish and aim for the stage win. Rowe, we don't see him on the attack in the Tour much, but he's driving this one along nicely.
Cavagna takes the points at the intermediate. That's 20 points well earned. He's pushing on as well as Cosnefroy, Rowe and Rolland take more points.
Then it's Bennett and then Sagan and that's 53 points to Bennett over Sagan in the green jersey competition. Now Cavagna has been joined by Cosnefroy, Rolland and Rowe.
That's four leaders with 46km to go and the race has burst into life. Behind them and Bennett and Sagan and Trentin are in a group but Sunweb are leading the mass chase for Bol.
The Sagan group has been caught but there are then attacks from Cofidis and Greg Van Avermaet but Pavel Sivakov is down.
Sivakov has been in the wars all through this Tour but he's shown real spirit to carry on, especially after what happened on stage 1.
Uran is just about to make it back to the peloton after that scare. There's some real quality and depth to this chase group and they are closing on the leaders but the bunch aren't sitting up either because the race for the stage win is truly on.
The four leaders have been joined by Tim Declercq Deceuninck-Quick Step , Valentin Madouas Groupama-FDJ , Jasper Stuyven Trek-Segafredo , Greg Van Avermaet CCC Team , Pierre-Luc Perichon Cofidis , Omar Fraile Astana Pro Team , Nils Politt Israel Start-Up Nation , Mathieu Burgaudeau Total Direct Energie , Soren Kragh Andersen and Casper Pedersen Team Sunweb.
They have 12 seconds though with 36km to go. And Kwiatkowski, who won yesterday, is the next rider to try and move off the front but it looks like Jumbo Visma are taking control.
They're being hit on all sides though as more and more riders try and escape. As up front Naesen leads with Rowe on his wheel. There's a lot of intent to break the race up but Bora, Sunweb and Jumbo want a sprint at the moment.
Trek are leading a counter attack with a few more riders but the yellow jersey is only at 15 seconds. The leading seven have been joined by a number of other riders.
The leaders have 1'53 and with 25km go this could be the winning move. Lotto are chasing with just one rider. There is a chase group of three at 1'23 but they're going to struggle to make contact.
The 12 leaders, thanks to letour. Huge quality in this break but there are a few passengers. Bennett is glued to Sagan's wheel as the leaders begin to take on a short little climb.
The likes of Van Avermaet have to attack before the finish because they won't want to drag the sprinters to the finish.
UAE have come to the front but they don't have that real intent and it looks like the bunch are sitting up. Tony Martin is on the front and he's laughing.
Is that good or bad? I think it means the pace has dropped off as the gap goes out to 2'40 with 18km to go. A reminder of the leaders in the break: Luke Rowe Ineos , Peter Sagan Bora-Hansgrohe , Oliver Naesen Ag2r La Mondiale , Sam Bennett and Dries Devenyns Deceuninck-Quick Step , Jasper Stuyven Trek-Segafredo , Greg van Avermaet and Matteo Trentin CCC Team , Jack Bauer and Luka Mezgec Mitchelton-Scott , Nikias Arndt and Soren and Kragh Andersen Team Sunweb.