Paris Roubaix winner Niki Terpstra is due a huge efficiency. The other two I like right now are Michael Rogers and Yury Trofimov. Tinkoff-Saxo struck on Saturday’s Stage with Rafal Majka’s good solo effort and they will fancy their possibilities here with Aussie Michael Rogers. The ever reliable Rogers is in excellent type – form which he has carried over from the Giro d’Italia the place he gained two tough phases. Rogers got here near winning Stage 11 when he got clear with three others off the final descent, just for Tony Gallopin to attack and take the honours.