Wiggins taking nothing for granted despite "dream scenario"

Bradley Wiggins, Tour de France 2012, stage nine

Tour de France leader Bradley Wiggins may be 1-53 ahead of closest challenger Cadel Evans going into the high mountains, but he is taking nothing for granted.

"I don't expect anyone at this stage in the race to go 'yeah, Sky have won it', ride to Paris, there'll be a party, it's gonna be great'," he said.

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