The Tour de San Luis concludes on Sunday with stage seven with a 119km final stage in San Luis, where Dayer Quintana (Movistar) is looking to seal the overall victory.
Quintana, brother of teammate Nairo, has a 20-second advantage over nearest rival Eduardo Sepulveda (Fortuneo-Vital Concept), having finished third on Saturday's queen stage.
With stage seven comprising of relatively flat circuits around San Luis, Quintana should be able to hang on to his lead and take his first stage race win.
The final stage should be one for the sprinters, with Tinkoff's world champion Peter Sagan among the strong favourites, especially with the absence of Fernando Gaviria (Etixx-Quick Step)
Young sprinter Gaviria was forced to abandon the race with a fractured arm after a huge crash on stage five, while his teammate and compatriot Rodrigo Contreras had to leave the race as a result of a large cut to his right knee.
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