The Vuelta a España takes a break from climbing on stage 13 from Coín to Tomares, with a relatively flat stage totalling 198.4km.

Despite the flat parcours, the stage does feature a climb within the final few kilometres and several turns and roundabouts that may disrupt the flow of the sprinters’ teams and provide a surprise.

It should, however, be an easier day for the general classification riders, as Chris Froome (Team Sky) enters the stage as overall race leader, 59 seconds ahead of Vincenzo Nibali (Bahrain-Merida) overall.

Watch highlights from the stage here, and take a look at our full stage report.

The 2017 Vuelta a España continues on Saturday with a day in the mountains, featuring a summit finish atop Sierra de La Pandera. Sunday’s stage 15 serves up more of the same, with an inevitable general classification battle on the day’s final climb to the line on the Alto Hoya de la Mora.