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The Ghisallo-Sormano combination should see the peloton whittled down considerably. Piccoli forces the pace and is trying to forge clear alone over the Ghisallo.
Piccoli is in front with Rosskopf and Stork chasing him, but the Deceuninck-QuickStep-led bunch is picking off the remnants of the break and has closed to within 18 seconds of the leaders.
Rosskopf rids himself of Stork and sets off in lone pursuit of Piccoli. Devenyns sets the tempo in the peloton for Evenepoel.
Piccoli and the chasing Rosskopf will struggle to hold off the bunch. The gap to the bunch is just 13 seconds and they have 5km of climbing to the chapel at the summit of the Ghisallo.
Rosskopf is caught by the bunch. James Piccoli is the last man standing from the early break, but the Canadian surely won't last too long at this rate.
Meanwhile, many riders are being jettisoned off the back of the bunch by the QuickStep pace-making, most notably Fabio Aru. This is very early indeed for a rider of his calibre to be distanced.
Devenyns leads the bunch with Evenepoel on his wheel. Fuglsang and an Astana delegation are lined up just behind Evenepoel.
Vincenzo Nibali is also tucked in near the front of the bunch, which is about to catch Piccoli. James Piccoli is caught by this reduced peloton of perhaps 50 riders.
The break's adventure is over. The brutal pace and the heat has whittled down the peloton very, very early. Devenyns is the only help Evenepoel has left but maybe this is all the help he thinks he needs.
It's hard to shake off a sense that Deceuninck-QuickStep want this race to be decided on individual strength rather than team tactics.
Will Evenepoel go from distance again? Dries Devenyns has put in a fine shift on the front on the Madonna del Ghisallo, whittling the peloton down to 30 or 40 riders.
Mathieu van der Poel Alpecin-Fenix is still hanging in there, but the real cull might come on the following Muro di Sormano.
Devenyns leads the race past the tolling bells of the chapel atop the Madonna del Ghiasallo, with Evenepoel tucked safely on his wheel.
After a rapid descent, the race will face directly into the Colma di Sormano 5. Devenyns leads on the descent on behalf of Evenepoel.
We can expect the race to splinter still further on the slopes of the Muro di Sormano. Evenepoel and Devenyns exchange a few words at the head of this leading group of perhaps just 25 riders.
The riders behind are braced for an onslaught on the Sormano, but it's notable that Trek-Segafredo have five riders in this group - Nibali, Mollema, Conci, Brambilla and Ciccone.
Mathieu van der Poel and Max Schachmann are also both in this front group as they hit the base of the Colma di Sormano, the antechamber to the pivotal Muro di Sormano.
Again, Dries Devenyns sets the pace. An exchange of words between Nicola Conci and Evenepoel at the head of the race on the approach to the Muro di Sormano.
The Italian declines Evenepoel's offer to slot in and help with the pace-making. An animated Nibali, meanwhile, has a brief parley with George Bennett.
But for now, everybody is content to leave the pacek-making to Dries Devenyns of Deceuninck-QuickStep. Devenyns sets the pace on the Colma di Sormano and plenty of riders are suffering behind, with a little over 3km still to go to the rather more demanding Muro di Sormano.
Simon Clarke EF Pro Cycling sits at the back of the group and sticks his tongue out at the passing television motorbike to underline the briskness of the pace being imposed by Devenyns.
Dries Devenyns' very lengthy cameo at the front continues, and plenty of riders are beginning to show the strain in this reduced front group.
Richard Carapaz is tucked in near the rear of this group, together with his Ineos teammate Eddie Dunbar. Abandon all hope ye who enter The front group reaches the Muro di Sormano and this could change the complexion of the race altogether Astana take over from Devenyns on the Muro, with Tejada setting the pace ahead of Fuglsang and Vlasov.
Big gaps are opening in this front group. Van der Poel, Schachmann and Dunbar are among those losing ground. Tejada swings over and now Vlasov takes over with Fuglsang on his wheel.
Van der Poel, who looked in trouble earlier, is still just about in contact. Max Schchmann is dropped but not definitively distanced.
The German champion is stalking the group and if he can limit his losses, he could well get back into the race over the other side.
Jakob Fuglsang hits the front on the steepest section of the Muro. Van der Poel is losing contact and this group is breaking up in the final m or so of climbing.
Michael Woods has also lost contact with the front group, as have Ulissi and Carapaz, but they are still close enough to get back on over the other side.
The strongmen are coming to the fore at the top: Vlasov, Fuglsang, Evenepoel, Nibali, Ciccone and Bennett are at the front, with Mollema scrambling to get back in touch, while the rest of race is scattered across the hillside.
Nibali and Mollema are beginning to show the strain as George Bennett takes over at the front of the race in the closing m of the Muro di Sormano, but they are staying - just - in touch.
Evenepoel takes over on the descent. Trek-Segafredo have three riders - Nibali, Ciccone and Mollema - in the leading group of seven after the Muro di Sormano.
Astana have Vlasov and Fuglsang. George Bennett and Evenepoel are the two lone riders. And this septet looks to be stretching out a decent gap over the chasers.
Ulissi and Rafal Majka are the second group on the road, a handful of seconds down on the seven leaders. Mathieu van der Poel is reportedly at Vincenzo Nibali forces the pace on this sinuous descent off the Sormano.
The onus is on Trek-Segafredo, with their numerical superiority, to try to get men up the road and out-manoeuvre Evenepoel before the finale.
We saw a bike on the roadside minus a rider on the descent, and now there is no sign of Evenepoel in this front group. RAI has reported that Evenepoel has crashed Remco Evenepoel has crashed.
A television replay shows the Belgian crashing into the wall on a bridge on the descent, and flipping off his bike and over the other side.
An ambulance is paused on the roadside and it looks as though medical personnel are already descending the grass embankment to attend to Evenepoel.
They have a minute or so in hand on the chasers and it seems the winner of Il Lombardia will come from this sextet. The on-screen graphic suggests that Van der Poel has closed to within 20 seconds of of the six leaders, who perhaps stalled more than they realised when they took on bidons after the descent.
RAI television's motorbike-mounted reported Andrea De Luca has reported that Evenepoel is conscious after his crash on the descent of the Sormano.
The leading six must be aware of Van der Poel's pursuit, because they have begun to pile on the pressure again at the head of the race.
They won't want the Dutchman for company in the finale. Richard Carapaz, Max Schachmann, Rafal Majka and Diego Ulissi are in the third group in the road, but they don't look to be gaining anything on the six leaders and the lone chaser Van der Poel.
Remco Evenepoel is being stretchered into an ambulance, with his directeur sportif Davide Bramati by his side. RAI has reported that Evenepoel is conscious.
We're no longer being given time gaps for Van der Poel, but our most recent information suggested that the Dutchman was 30 seconds down on the six leaders.
The break is about 5km from the foot of the Civiglio 4. It would be a surprise if there were still 6 men in front over the top. Van der Poel has been caught by Carapaz, Schachmann, Majka and Ulissi to form a five-man chasing group, a minute or down on the leaders.
Nibali sets the pace on the lower slopes of the Civiglio. The Italian looked to to be struggling with cramp after the descent of the Sormano, so perhaps Mollema and Ciccone are the team's anointed options in the finale.
The three Trek riders are in front. Fuglsang sits at the back of the group and eyes up George Bennett.
The New Zealander has no teammate here, but he has plenty of momentum after winning Gran Piemonte.
Carapaz, Van der Poel and the chasers, meanwhile, are now down and long out of the hunt for the win. Jakob Fulgsang accelerates and George Bennett immediately responds.
This duo opens a gap over the rest and now Trek-Segafredo must close it down. Nibali puts in a big turn in a bid to chase them down and then swings over.
That looks like the end of his challenge, and now it's up to Mollema and Ciccone. Nibali sits up, and now Vlasov attacks the other two Trek riders and bridges swiftly across to Fuglsang and Bennett.
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