Sitting on the sofa watching the Tour de France - that's what Julys are made for. And while Phil Liggett and Paul Sherwen have hung up their microphones for 2016, we've still got a host of great commentators to guide us through the race.
Commentating on live sport isn't the easiest gig in the world, with many of them falling back on tried and tested phrases when having to fill the hours of action.
>>> Tour de France 2016 live TV guide
Print out the table below of common phrases and blot out any of the phrases you hear over the next 23 days. If you complete your card, simply tweet us saying "BINGO!"
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|Make the calculation||They need to get the motorbikes out of there, Sean||Putting his nose in the wind|
|It's still a long way to Paris||Inaccurately identifying a rider||There's little Tommy Voeckler|
|For goodness sake!||That castle was built in the 18th century for Louis XVI||Sprinters will be licking their lips|
|Dancing on the pedals||I wonder if this is a stage for Julian Alaphilippe?||He's the next one to engage|
|We can only show you the pictures that the host broadcaster has given us||Great bike handler from his days as a mountain biker||He's the smallest rider in the race|
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Stuart Clarke is a News Associates trained journalist who has worked for the likes of the British Olympic Associate, British Rowing and the England and Wales Cricket Board, and of course Cycling Weekly. His work at Cycling Weekly has focused upon professional racing, following the World Tour races and its characters.
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