Is there any hope for Movistar's three-pronged attack in the final week of the Tour de France?

With the race enter the final week, the GC battle is far from over but will Movistar be players come into the final shake up?

Mikel Landa on stage 11 of the 2018 Tour de France (Sunada)

(Image credit: Yuzuru SUNADA)

Coming into the Tour de France much was made of Movistar's decision to select three bona fide leaders in their squad as they looked to topple Team Sky's grip on the yellow jersey.

In previous year's the Spanish outfit has been close to putting Nairo Quintana on the top step of the podium on the Champ-Élysées - but when it mattered most in the mountains Sky and, more importantly Chris Froome, always found a way to outwit his Colombian rival.

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