LIVE: Criterium du Dauphine 2012 stage four time trial

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Welcome to Cycling Weekly's live and interactive text coverage of stage four of the 2012 Critérium du Dauphiné.

We will be giving you live, rolling coverage of the action as it unfolds during the crucial 53.5-kilometre test against the clock from Villié-Morgon to Bourg-en-Bresse on Thursday, June 7 2012.

Can Bradley Wiggins put more time into his rivals, just as he did in 2011 on his way to winning the race overall? Or will Cadel Evans or one of the other overall contenders upset the Sky leader's ambitions for the yellow jersey?

As ever, we welcome your comments, questions and opinions - join in by typing into the 'comment' box within the coverage window.

To activate the coverage window below, press the 'play' button. Coverage will commence on the afternoon of Thursday, June 7 2012. The window updates automatically, no need to press refresh.

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