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Niki Terpstra NED Wir sind jetzt in Haveluy, vier Sterne und 2,5 Kilometer. Matthew Hayman AUS Das spricht nicht gerade dafür, dass er sich heute in Siegform sieht. Mein Knie schmerzte wegen einer Art Sehnenentzündung, die mich daran hinderte, richtig in die Pedale zu steigen. Wir können gespannt sein, wie sich das Rennen dadurch im Vergleich zu den Vorjahren verändern wird. Phinney, Stybar und Debusschere vervollständigen die Top Strecke beinhaltet alle Kopsteinpflaster-Abschnitte der 5. Luke Durbridge AUS

Kristoff is back in the main back, by the way, alongside the likes of Stybar and Oss. They're quite gar back, though, as Ian Stannard returns to the front to set a fast tempo.

The gaps are coming down and the Gilbert group will soon be caught by the main pack. More problems for Arnaud Demare, who is off the back of the main pack again - either after another mechanical or simply with bad legs.

To be fair, the hole bunch has been blown apart on this sector - it's strung out and there are some very weary limbs out there.

Trek-Segafredo have both Degenkolb and Stuyven now on the front of the pack as they close in on Lotto Soudal's Jens Debusshere - I think - who had a little dig off the front.

The five leaders hit the 3. An incredible ride so far from young Soler, the Spanish climber who won Paris-Nice in March and is only making his first appearance on the cobbles.

Polit has joined Gilbert and Teunissen - and behind, there's an attack by Wout van Aert. Luke Rowe has it covered, with Vanmarcke and some of the QuickSteppers there.

The gap for the nine leaders is 1: I say nine - they were nine, but they may be doen to five now: Bystrom, Wallays, Dillier, Smukulis and Soler.

Could this be the winning move? The pace in the pack appears to have slowed as Nils Polit Katusha rides in lone pursuit of Gilbert and Teunissen.

The leaders have just completed sector 18 at Wallers, which the pack hits right now. Past the iconic Pont Gibus go the two chasers with a gap of 10 seconds on Polit and 20 seconds on the pack.

Gilbert and Teunissen have 10 seconds with a number of riders trying to bridge over - including Mads Pedersen, runner-up last week in Flanders.

Yes, it's Mike Teunissen and Philippe Gilbert who have opened up a small gap over the other big favourites. Meanwhile, the break has reformed after splitting up on the Arenberg.

Sieberg leads the main pack off the Arenberg, trailing that two-man move by about 15 seconds. Bora have Sagan, Oss and Burghardt there.

Meanwhile, the four leaders - which includes Dillier and Soler - have opened up a gap over the other escapees. Peter Sagan is right on the front with team-mate Marcus Burghardt as the pack hits the Arenberg.

Sep Vanmarcke is right there too, as is Seiberg. The break has split into two with four leades edging away from the five others. Meanwhile, the bunch of favourites behind is down to just odd riders.

The break has the five-star sector 19 of the Trouee d'Arenberg - the most famous of them all, which was first introduced in and has been causing chaos ever since.

Read this long feature to learn all about the history of this iconic section of road through the Arenberg forest.

Big spill in the peloton after a rider skids on the muddy verge and causes chaos. One of the riders be brings down is Matteo Trentin of Mitchelton-Scott, who looks like he may have to abandon the race.

The peloton is onto that sector at Haveluy now - this was the section that was so muddy a few days ago that the race organisers had to send down a machine to hose it off.

French veteran Sylvain Chavanel has clearly taken a tumble - either that or the Direct Energie rider cries tears of blood. The gap for the nine leaders is 2: They're approaching the four-star sector 20 of Haveluy.

Dylen Groenewegen also needed mechanical assistance from his LottoNL-Jumbo car around the same time as Degenkolb needed attention.

He's also back with the main pack as another rider - this time from Cofidis - tries his luck off the front. Less than 10km to the Arenberg now The pace slows on the front of the pack after Zdenek Stybar needs to drop back.

A Katusha-Alpecin riders exploits this lull and truce by riding clear on a mad solo break in pursuit of the leaders.

Degenkolb has managed to rejoin the peloton after his mechanical - but he did so alone, which goes to show that Trek-Segafredo may fancy Jasper Stuyven's chances more than the champion.

Or that they simply had faith in the German to fight back. The leaders have finished sector 21 at Maing - just as the main pack rides onto the 1. The gap is three minutes and Quick-Step are back on the front.

Meanwhile, John Degenkolb - one of four former winners of this race in the pack - needs to change his bike.

The Trek Segafredo rider will have a fight to get back into contention now. Tim Declercq, who has been working very hard for Quick-Step, is currently on the back of the peloton - perhaps after a mechanical.

The Belgian is riding back into contention. He will be a key match to burn for the Wolf Pack later in the race. Geoffrey Soupe has been doing the lion's share of the pace-setting in the break, the bearded Frenchman holding the gap above three minutes for the leaders.

The leaders are on sector 22 at Querenaing, which the peloton has just started - led by Ian Stannard of Team Sky.

The British team have already lost Geraint Thomas after that crash in the opening sector at Troisville. Ag2R-La Mondiale's Stijn Vandenbergh, who used to ride for Quick-Step, has joined his former colleagues on the front of the pack, which is all strung out again with numerous riders being pinged off the back.

We're all keeping everything crossed for Belgium's Michael Goolaerts of Verandas Willems-Crelan, who hit the deck heavily in the second sector today.

He was motionless on the side of the road and is currently en route to hospital after being treated for a cardiac arrest according to Dutch media.

We will keep you updated. Confirmation that Geraint Thomas Team Sky has withdrawn. The Welshman seems incapable of avoiding the spills on all surfaces and yet again he has a DNF against his name in a major race.

The peloton are now on the 2-star sector of Saulzoir, with Quick-Step still on the front. The gap is down to 3: The break hits sector 24 at Saulzoir with 4: It's quite a quiet sector here with very few fans and a forgiving dirt trail alongside the cobbles.

It's impressive to see Spanish debutant Marc Soler there - but judging from the chaos behind, it's really the best place to be: Quick-Step now have FIVE riders on the front of the pack setting the tempo before the next cobbled sector.

Oliver Naesen has a few team-mates with him as he also rides back after his mechanical. Things are calming down - ever so slightly - as Tony Martin sets up shop on the front for Katusha, alongside Keisse and Senechal of Quick-Step.

The nine escapees have 4: The leaders come through the new section of cobbles, 25 at Saint-Vaast, without any problems.

Their lead is 4: The latest rider to rejoin the pack after early toil is Marcel Kittel, making his first appearance in this race since A handful of riders skid over on a tight right-hand bend in the peloton.

Nothing serious, but it just goes to show that it's not only the cobbles that cause damage and take their toll.

It looked like Daniel Oss and Gianni Moscon who went down first. Wheel changes for the French and Belgian national champions as Arnaud Demare and Oliver Naesen stop because of punctures.

They'll have a fight on ahead of the next cobbled sector. The leaders are onto section 26 of Quievy, the first four-star section and a long one at 3.

Kristoff has also made it back to the strung-out peloton now, with Quick-Step still setting the tempo. Greg van Avermaet is back with the peloton after his scare.

It's worth remembering that he was distanced in last year's Roubaix after an early incident but still managed to fight back and win. Another withdrawal to report - Magnus Cort Nielsen of Astana appears to have called it a day after coming down hard in that early crash.

Meanwhile, the nine leaders are down to eight after Ludovich Robeet has a mechanical issue with his gears. The Belgian has another team-mate in the break - Jimmy Duquennoy - and should fight back once he's sorted out his shifter.

The gap is 5: The pack is onto the third sector, 27 , at Saint-Python. Van Avermaet has three BMC riders working him back into the main pack, while Quick-Step have sent Yves Lampaert on the front to keep the tempo high before the next cobbled section.

Groups all over the road in this race, which has blown apart after that early crash on section Tony Martin Katusha opens up a gap and strings out the main pack accordingly, the German really throwing down the hammer.

We also saw a Verandas Willems-Crelan rider lying prostrate on the side of the road after what must have been a nasty crash in the mud.

It's carnage out there. Tom Van Asbroeck of EF-Drapac was involved in the crash and now rides covered in mud in one of those chasing groups alongside Sky's Dylan van Baarle, who must have been caught out.

Marcel Seiberg is on the front for Lotto Soudal of this main pack. Vanmarcke, Sagan and Tony Martin are all near the front as well.

But it's only about strong, with a second peloton about 20 seconds back and the van Avermaet group 40 seconds back. Greg van Avermaet is one of the riders fighting back after that crash.

The main pack has just started sector 28, which is 3km long and quite muddy. Iljo Keisse has taken up the slack for the Wolf Pack.

The peloton has split following that crash with a large gruppetto chasing back now that the first cobbled section is over.

On the front of the main pack, it's Bora and QuickStep who are setting the tempo. We're hearing that the Movistar rider who crashed before the cobbles was Nelson Oliviera and that he's withdrawn from the race.

A dozen riders hit the deck in the middle of the peloton after an incident in the mud caused a right skittle in the pack. Loads of riders are held up and a Katusha man looks rather worse for wear.

Oliver Naesen was held up but didn't go down. Right away we have Niki Terpstra of Quick-Step Floors - the Ronde van Vlaanderen winner and Roubaix champion - who comes to the front to drive the pace.

And both Bora and Sky are there as the peloton his sector 29 at Troisvilles. The nine leaders get through the first sector - which didn't seem as muddy as reported - without any problems, although they have already lost a minute of their advantage.

The peloton is driving towards the cobbles with Bora and EF-Drapac on the front. The first sector at Troisvilles a Inchy 2.

The gap is eight minutes for the break. We're hearing that Stefan Kung of BMC has withdrawn from the race - we're not sure if that's because he's ill or had a crash, but it's a big blow for Greg van Avermaet the defending champion.

Frome nowhere a Movistar rider skids and comes over his handlebars and lands heavily on his shoulder on the grass verge. That was acrobatic and extremely dramatic.

We think it's Carlos Barbero. And finally, the slight outsiders with a one-star rating Since winning in , Degenkolb hasn't quite been the same rider following his subsequent training crash in Spain.

Belgian champion Naesen was in the wars last week in Flanders, while Denmark's Pedersen rode with gusto for second place behind Terpstra in Oudenaarde after featuring in the break with Sebastian Langeveld, who was third last year and has two more top tens in Roubaix.

What of the three-star riders? Well, I've put Peter Sagan there. Many will think that the triple world champion merits a higher rating - but the Slovakian showman has never finished in the top 5 here and last year, after two punctures, was a lowly 38th.

But he does have Daniel Oss as a loyal Bora-Hansgrohe team-mate today, and that could make a huge difference for him in the finale. Kristoff has been a bit off-the-boil since his move from Katusha, but he knows what it takes to win over the cobbles, Vanmarcke surely must deliver some time soon, while Dwars door Vlaanderen winner Lampaert could go under the radar because of his illustrious team-mates.

Latest mud-on-cobbles news from the first sector 29 at Troisvilles coming up in a 10 minutes or so. Right, let's take advantage of this lull to run through the main favourites.

The way I see it, Quick-Step could finish with three on the podium - although clearly they won't. But they are that strong. For me, the five-star riders for today are last week's Ronde van Vlaanderen winner Niki Terpstra and his Quick-Step team-mate Zdenek Stybar, who was runner-up last year.

The four-star riders are Philippe Gilbert - despite not having raced here since - and the defending champion Greg van Avermaet of BMC.

The latter has had a disappointing season - and clearly misses Daniel Oss, who was so influential in his victory last year - but cannot be discounted because of his class.

Outsiders Wout van Aert Verandas Willems-Crelan and Jasper Stuyven Trek-Segafredo also merit four starts - the former because of his promise and skills in the mud, the latter because of his consistency.

The lead balloons to 8: In total there are 29 sectors of cobbles covering Ranging from just metres long to 3. Like the famous hairpin bends of Alpe d'Huez, the cobbled sectors are numbered and tackled in reverse order.

The three most famous sectors are the five-star rated Trouee d'Arenberg 19 with 95km remaining , Mons-en-Pevele 11 with The gap is up to 6: Look at the conditions of the cobblestones at Troisvilles, courtesy of Andy McGrath of Rouleur magazine.

The two groups have now joined forces so we have nine leaders with a gap of almost five minutes. The pace has slowed in the pack.

Everyone is taking a leak, talking to their DS, chewing the fat and taking a breather. Philippe Gilbert and Jack Bauer are deep in conversation.

They're apparently talking about Bauer's little spill earlier. Perhaps they're talking about Gilbert's prospects, too. The Belgian needs to win Roubaix to keep up his quest to win all five of cycling's monuments - he also lacks Milan-Sanremo.

But it's odd to see the year-old named the favourite today, given this is his first time on the cobbles of northern France for over a decade.

Smukulis has company in the form of Geoffrey Soupe Cofidis and Jay Robert Thomson Dimension Data and so we could see nine riders form the lead group once things come together.

They are 25 seconds down on the leaders, who have 1: And now it's calmed down: Some take the chance to stop and take a comfort break, so it looks like that break will be allowed to stay out.

Dillier could be a useful teammate for Oliver Naesen later on - which is probably why Quick-Step were concerned. A Delko Marseille Provence KTM rider - Gatis Smukulis - is doing his best to join the leaders - and then, all of a sudden, the pace is ramped up when Quick-Step and Dimension Data decide they're not happy with the way things are.

Meanwhile, off the back of the pack Jack Bauer Mitchelton-Scott is receiving some attention to a cut elbow. The New Zealander must have had a small spill.

The four chasers - who have now bridged over - include another Roubaix debutant, the Spainard Marc Soler of Movistar.

These six riders have 25 seconds now. Full details coming up. Famous last words, eh? Those two riders - Jelle Wallays and Ludo Robeet - are still out ahead and now have four chasers about to join them.

Meanwhile, we have this from sector 25 at Saint-Vaast, a new cobbled sector in this year's race, and one that looks very muddy despite the sunshine.

Wout van Aert, the cyclocross specialist making his own debut in the race, will be excited about those conditions.

The Belgian youngster, who finished ninth in his debit Tour of Flanders a week ago, is currently off the back of the peloton visiting his Verandas Willems-Crelan team car.

Lotto Soudal and WB Aqua Protect Veranclassic have sent a rider ahead, this duo riding with a small gap over the peloton.

But their advantage isn't huge and - like all moves before - it is bound to come to nothing. So far it's a real battle of attrition out there in the sunshine of northern France.

As expected, there were way too many riders getting involved there and all those groups came back together. It was Florian Senechal who helped neutralise the danger there for Quick-Step, the Frenchman tipped by many as an outsider today - although the former Cofidis man will surely be on team duty for the likes of Terpstra, Gilbert, Stybar and Lampaert There's loads of movement now as three of four groups form off the front of the pack after a medley of attacks.

No one wants to let a move go and so most teams get represented in the chase. It's going to take a while to get on top of who's where and what's what Great stat here about the cobbles standing between the riders and the Roubaix velodrome today, courtesy of our man in the commentary box, Rob Hatch.

Feillu is taking advantage of a tailwind on this exposed section of the race, but his gap is small and there are a cluster of riders trying to bridge over.

It's fair to day, a Feillu win today would be a turn-up for the books - even more unlikely than Leicester City winning the Premier League.

Here's a full preview of the race, the route, the riders, the ratings, the rewards, the records and the rain which has not materialised.

The header is a riff on the war of words coming from last week's Tour of Flanders, where Peter Sagan complained that his rivals handed it on a plate to Quick-Step - aka the Wolf Pack.

The French climber is throwing caution to the wind to ride clear of the pack once that four-man move was neutralised by the peloton.

We have a break forming now after a move made by a solitary Bahrain-Merida rider sparked some activity behind.

We can only hope for nice fast conditions on race day but we will deal with whatever is presented to us.

Hell of the North is always a battle no matter what and it will be a big fight. History can be made at Roubaix, at Lombardy or Liege-Bastogne-Liege you are not going to win if you are not the strongest but here, out of different tactical scenarios, good luck or even bad luck to others, you always have a fair chance and I think that motivates guys to come back year after year to give Roubaix a shot.

We are little in that situation, the underdogs on Sunday. The first important part is the first kilometers. In the beginning of the race it will be important to control the breakaways or be in one, because in a race like Roubaix a group containing the right riders can go really long, even all the way to the line.

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It looks like Heinrich Haussler of Bahrain Merida is now leading the main pack. Stybar is 45 seconds down on the leaders and 20 seconds ahead of the main pack.

MArc Soler has been dropped by the leaders and just passed by Stybar on sector 15 at Tilloy - Sars-et-Rosieres, another four-star sector.

The four leaders - Bystrom, Wallays, Dillier and Smukulis - have 1: Soler, to be fair, has managed to dig in and hold Sytbar's back wheel. Trek and Lotto have send a man clear in pursuit of Vandenbergh and Stybar.

Lotto still have Wallays leading the tempo on the front of the break 1: Marcus Burghardt leads the chase for teammate Sagan, in third wheel.

QuickStep clearly sticking to a plan here as Stybar attacks the moment Gilbert is reeled in. He has about 20 seconds on the pack as he hits sector 16 at Warlaing.

And the rider in pursuit is former Quick-Step rider Vandenbergh, who has the Strava record on this current segment Kristoff is back in the main back, by the way, alongside the likes of Stybar and Oss.

They're quite gar back, though, as Ian Stannard returns to the front to set a fast tempo. The gaps are coming down and the Gilbert group will soon be caught by the main pack.

More problems for Arnaud Demare, who is off the back of the main pack again - either after another mechanical or simply with bad legs.

To be fair, the hole bunch has been blown apart on this sector - it's strung out and there are some very weary limbs out there.

Trek-Segafredo have both Degenkolb and Stuyven now on the front of the pack as they close in on Lotto Soudal's Jens Debusshere - I think - who had a little dig off the front.

The five leaders hit the 3. An incredible ride so far from young Soler, the Spanish climber who won Paris-Nice in March and is only making his first appearance on the cobbles.

Polit has joined Gilbert and Teunissen - and behind, there's an attack by Wout van Aert. Luke Rowe has it covered, with Vanmarcke and some of the QuickSteppers there.

The gap for the nine leaders is 1: I say nine - they were nine, but they may be doen to five now: Bystrom, Wallays, Dillier, Smukulis and Soler.

Could this be the winning move? The pace in the pack appears to have slowed as Nils Polit Katusha rides in lone pursuit of Gilbert and Teunissen.

The leaders have just completed sector 18 at Wallers, which the pack hits right now. Past the iconic Pont Gibus go the two chasers with a gap of 10 seconds on Polit and 20 seconds on the pack.

Gilbert and Teunissen have 10 seconds with a number of riders trying to bridge over - including Mads Pedersen, runner-up last week in Flanders.

Yes, it's Mike Teunissen and Philippe Gilbert who have opened up a small gap over the other big favourites. Meanwhile, the break has reformed after splitting up on the Arenberg.

Sieberg leads the main pack off the Arenberg, trailing that two-man move by about 15 seconds. Bora have Sagan, Oss and Burghardt there. Meanwhile, the four leaders - which includes Dillier and Soler - have opened up a gap over the other escapees.

Peter Sagan is right on the front with team-mate Marcus Burghardt as the pack hits the Arenberg. Sep Vanmarcke is right there too, as is Seiberg.

The break has split into two with four leades edging away from the five others. Meanwhile, the bunch of favourites behind is down to just odd riders.

The break has the five-star sector 19 of the Trouee d'Arenberg - the most famous of them all, which was first introduced in and has been causing chaos ever since.

Read this long feature to learn all about the history of this iconic section of road through the Arenberg forest.

Big spill in the peloton after a rider skids on the muddy verge and causes chaos. One of the riders be brings down is Matteo Trentin of Mitchelton-Scott, who looks like he may have to abandon the race.

The peloton is onto that sector at Haveluy now - this was the section that was so muddy a few days ago that the race organisers had to send down a machine to hose it off.

French veteran Sylvain Chavanel has clearly taken a tumble - either that or the Direct Energie rider cries tears of blood.

The gap for the nine leaders is 2: They're approaching the four-star sector 20 of Haveluy. Dylen Groenewegen also needed mechanical assistance from his LottoNL-Jumbo car around the same time as Degenkolb needed attention.

He's also back with the main pack as another rider - this time from Cofidis - tries his luck off the front. Less than 10km to the Arenberg now The pace slows on the front of the pack after Zdenek Stybar needs to drop back.

A Katusha-Alpecin riders exploits this lull and truce by riding clear on a mad solo break in pursuit of the leaders.

Degenkolb has managed to rejoin the peloton after his mechanical - but he did so alone, which goes to show that Trek-Segafredo may fancy Jasper Stuyven's chances more than the champion.

Or that they simply had faith in the German to fight back. The leaders have finished sector 21 at Maing - just as the main pack rides onto the 1.

The gap is three minutes and Quick-Step are back on the front. Meanwhile, John Degenkolb - one of four former winners of this race in the pack - needs to change his bike.

The Trek Segafredo rider will have a fight to get back into contention now. Tim Declercq, who has been working very hard for Quick-Step, is currently on the back of the peloton - perhaps after a mechanical.

The Belgian is riding back into contention. He will be a key match to burn for the Wolf Pack later in the race.

Geoffrey Soupe has been doing the lion's share of the pace-setting in the break, the bearded Frenchman holding the gap above three minutes for the leaders.

The leaders are on sector 22 at Querenaing, which the peloton has just started - led by Ian Stannard of Team Sky. The British team have already lost Geraint Thomas after that crash in the opening sector at Troisville.

Ag2R-La Mondiale's Stijn Vandenbergh, who used to ride for Quick-Step, has joined his former colleagues on the front of the pack, which is all strung out again with numerous riders being pinged off the back.

We're all keeping everything crossed for Belgium's Michael Goolaerts of Verandas Willems-Crelan, who hit the deck heavily in the second sector today.

He was motionless on the side of the road and is currently en route to hospital after being treated for a cardiac arrest according to Dutch media.

We will keep you updated. Confirmation that Geraint Thomas Team Sky has withdrawn. The Welshman seems incapable of avoiding the spills on all surfaces and yet again he has a DNF against his name in a major race.

The peloton are now on the 2-star sector of Saulzoir, with Quick-Step still on the front. The gap is down to 3: The break hits sector 24 at Saulzoir with 4: It's quite a quiet sector here with very few fans and a forgiving dirt trail alongside the cobbles.

It's impressive to see Spanish debutant Marc Soler there - but judging from the chaos behind, it's really the best place to be: Quick-Step now have FIVE riders on the front of the pack setting the tempo before the next cobbled sector.

Oliver Naesen has a few team-mates with him as he also rides back after his mechanical. Things are calming down - ever so slightly - as Tony Martin sets up shop on the front for Katusha, alongside Keisse and Senechal of Quick-Step.

The nine escapees have 4: The leaders come through the new section of cobbles, 25 at Saint-Vaast, without any problems. Their lead is 4: The latest rider to rejoin the pack after early toil is Marcel Kittel, making his first appearance in this race since A handful of riders skid over on a tight right-hand bend in the peloton.

Nothing serious, but it just goes to show that it's not only the cobbles that cause damage and take their toll. It looked like Daniel Oss and Gianni Moscon who went down first.

Wheel changes for the French and Belgian national champions as Arnaud Demare and Oliver Naesen stop because of punctures.

They'll have a fight on ahead of the next cobbled sector. The leaders are onto section 26 of Quievy, the first four-star section and a long one at 3.

Kristoff has also made it back to the strung-out peloton now, with Quick-Step still setting the tempo. Greg van Avermaet is back with the peloton after his scare.

It's worth remembering that he was distanced in last year's Roubaix after an early incident but still managed to fight back and win.

Another withdrawal to report - Magnus Cort Nielsen of Astana appears to have called it a day after coming down hard in that early crash.

Meanwhile, the nine leaders are down to eight after Ludovich Robeet has a mechanical issue with his gears. The Belgian has another team-mate in the break - Jimmy Duquennoy - and should fight back once he's sorted out his shifter.

The gap is 5: The pack is onto the third sector, 27 , at Saint-Python. Van Avermaet has three BMC riders working him back into the main pack, while Quick-Step have sent Yves Lampaert on the front to keep the tempo high before the next cobbled section.

Groups all over the road in this race, which has blown apart after that early crash on section Tony Martin Katusha opens up a gap and strings out the main pack accordingly, the German really throwing down the hammer.

We also saw a Verandas Willems-Crelan rider lying prostrate on the side of the road after what must have been a nasty crash in the mud.

It's carnage out there. Tom Van Asbroeck of EF-Drapac was involved in the crash and now rides covered in mud in one of those chasing groups alongside Sky's Dylan van Baarle, who must have been caught out.

Marcel Seiberg is on the front for Lotto Soudal of this main pack. Vanmarcke, Sagan and Tony Martin are all near the front as well. But it's only about strong, with a second peloton about 20 seconds back and the van Avermaet group 40 seconds back.

Greg van Avermaet is one of the riders fighting back after that crash. The main pack has just started sector 28, which is 3km long and quite muddy.

Iljo Keisse has taken up the slack for the Wolf Pack. The peloton has split following that crash with a large gruppetto chasing back now that the first cobbled section is over.

On the front of the main pack, it's Bora and QuickStep who are setting the tempo. We're hearing that the Movistar rider who crashed before the cobbles was Nelson Oliviera and that he's withdrawn from the race.

A dozen riders hit the deck in the middle of the peloton after an incident in the mud caused a right skittle in the pack.

Loads of riders are held up and a Katusha man looks rather worse for wear. Oliver Naesen was held up but didn't go down.

Right away we have Niki Terpstra of Quick-Step Floors - the Ronde van Vlaanderen winner and Roubaix champion - who comes to the front to drive the pace.

And both Bora and Sky are there as the peloton his sector 29 at Troisvilles. The nine leaders get through the first sector - which didn't seem as muddy as reported - without any problems, although they have already lost a minute of their advantage.

The peloton is driving towards the cobbles with Bora and EF-Drapac on the front. The first sector at Troisvilles a Inchy 2.

The gap is eight minutes for the break. We're hearing that Stefan Kung of BMC has withdrawn from the race - we're not sure if that's because he's ill or had a crash, but it's a big blow for Greg van Avermaet the defending champion.

Frome nowhere a Movistar rider skids and comes over his handlebars and lands heavily on his shoulder on the grass verge.

That was acrobatic and extremely dramatic. We think it's Carlos Barbero. And finally, the slight outsiders with a one-star rating Since winning in , Degenkolb hasn't quite been the same rider following his subsequent training crash in Spain.

Belgian champion Naesen was in the wars last week in Flanders, while Denmark's Pedersen rode with gusto for second place behind Terpstra in Oudenaarde after featuring in the break with Sebastian Langeveld, who was third last year and has two more top tens in Roubaix.

What of the three-star riders? Well, I've put Peter Sagan there. Many will think that the triple world champion merits a higher rating - but the Slovakian showman has never finished in the top 5 here and last year, after two punctures, was a lowly 38th.

But he does have Daniel Oss as a loyal Bora-Hansgrohe team-mate today, and that could make a huge difference for him in the finale.

Kristoff has been a bit off-the-boil since his move from Katusha, but he knows what it takes to win over the cobbles, Vanmarcke surely must deliver some time soon, while Dwars door Vlaanderen winner Lampaert could go under the radar because of his illustrious team-mates.

Latest mud-on-cobbles news from the first sector 29 at Troisvilles coming up in a 10 minutes or so. Right, let's take advantage of this lull to run through the main favourites.

The way I see it, Quick-Step could finish with three on the podium - although clearly they won't.

But they are that strong. For me, the five-star riders for today are last week's Ronde van Vlaanderen winner Niki Terpstra and his Quick-Step team-mate Zdenek Stybar, who was runner-up last year.

The four-star riders are Philippe Gilbert - despite not having raced here since - and the defending champion Greg van Avermaet of BMC.

The latter has had a disappointing season - and clearly misses Daniel Oss, who was so influential in his victory last year - but cannot be discounted because of his class.

Outsiders Wout van Aert Verandas Willems-Crelan and Jasper Stuyven Trek-Segafredo also merit four starts - the former because of his promise and skills in the mud, the latter because of his consistency.

The lead balloons to 8: In total there are 29 sectors of cobbles covering Ranging from just metres long to 3. Like the famous hairpin bends of Alpe d'Huez, the cobbled sectors are numbered and tackled in reverse order.

The three most famous sectors are the five-star rated Trouee d'Arenberg 19 with 95km remaining , Mons-en-Pevele 11 with The gap is up to 6: Look at the conditions of the cobblestones at Troisvilles, courtesy of Andy McGrath of Rouleur magazine.

The two groups have now joined forces so we have nine leaders with a gap of almost five minutes. The pace has slowed in the pack.

Everyone is taking a leak, talking to their DS, chewing the fat and taking a breather. Philippe Gilbert and Jack Bauer are deep in conversation.

They're apparently talking about Bauer's little spill earlier. Perhaps they're talking about Gilbert's prospects, too. The Belgian needs to win Roubaix to keep up his quest to win all five of cycling's monuments - he also lacks Milan-Sanremo.

But it's odd to see the year-old named the favourite today, given this is his first time on the cobbles of northern France for over a decade.

Smukulis has company in the form of Geoffrey Soupe Cofidis and Jay Robert Thomson Dimension Data and so we could see nine riders form the lead group once things come together.

They are 25 seconds down on the leaders, who have 1: And now it's calmed down: Some take the chance to stop and take a comfort break, so it looks like that break will be allowed to stay out.

Dillier could be a useful teammate for Oliver Naesen later on - which is probably why Quick-Step were concerned. A Delko Marseille Provence KTM rider - Gatis Smukulis - is doing his best to join the leaders - and then, all of a sudden, the pace is ramped up when Quick-Step and Dimension Data decide they're not happy with the way things are.

Meanwhile, off the back of the pack Jack Bauer Mitchelton-Scott is receiving some attention to a cut elbow. The New Zealander must have had a small spill.

The four chasers - who have now bridged over - include another Roubaix debutant, the Spainard Marc Soler of Movistar.

These six riders have 25 seconds now. Full details coming up. Famous last words, eh? Those two riders - Jelle Wallays and Ludo Robeet - are still out ahead and now have four chasers about to join them.

Meanwhile, we have this from sector 25 at Saint-Vaast, a new cobbled sector in this year's race, and one that looks very muddy despite the sunshine.

Wout van Aert, the cyclocross specialist making his own debut in the race, will be excited about those conditions. The Belgian youngster, who finished ninth in his debit Tour of Flanders a week ago, is currently off the back of the peloton visiting his Verandas Willems-Crelan team car.

Lotto Soudal and WB Aqua Protect Veranclassic have sent a rider ahead, this duo riding with a small gap over the peloton.

But their advantage isn't huge and - like all moves before - it is bound to come to nothing. So far it's a real battle of attrition out there in the sunshine of northern France.

As expected, there were way too many riders getting involved there and all those groups came back together. Paris-Roubaix reconnaissance - Gallery.

Cyclingnews - Mud-covered cobbles will likely dry out by Sunday. We can only hope for nice fast conditions on race day but we will deal with whatever is presented to us.

Hell of the North is always a battle no matter what and it will be a big fight. History can be made at Roubaix, at Lombardy or Liege-Bastogne-Liege you are not going to win if you are not the strongest but here, out of different tactical scenarios, good luck or even bad luck to others, you always have a fair chance and I think that motivates guys to come back year after year to give Roubaix a shot.

We are little in that situation, the underdogs on Sunday. The first important part is the first kilometers. In the beginning of the race it will be important to control the breakaways or be in one, because in a race like Roubaix a group containing the right riders can go really long, even all the way to the line.

No Paris-Roubaix for Tiesj Benoot. Cyclingnews - Lotto-Soudal search for new leader after losing Greipel and Keukeleire. Eastern and is expected at the finish at Roubaix at around 5: Paris-Roubaix live streaming video should get underway at around In other words, there will be full start-to-finish live coverage of the Paris-Roubaix.

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Artist Greig Leach painted the Paris-Roubaix.

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