Have you already completed your team for the Tour game? These ten riders have a good chance of day success and can therefore earn you a lot of points.

Sam Bennett - It seems that Deceuninck-Quick-Step is fully committed to the sprint qualities of the 29-year-old Irishman this Tour de France. Bennett, who won two stages in the Vuelta last year, has an excellent train and can win several stages. (Photo: Getty Images)

Peter Sagan - Although the 30-year-old Slovak has not been in great shape this season, he is always a rider to be reckoned with. Can digest climbs and will often join the sprint. The all-rounder from BORA-hansgrohe is the absolute favorite for the green jersey, which he has already won seven times. (Photo: Pro Shots)

Caleb Ewan - The 26-year-old sprinter won three more stages in the Tour last year and will continue to focus on the mass sprints this year. The Australian from Lotto Soudal can digest a hill and is assisted by men such as John Degenkolb, Philippe Gilbert, Jasper De Buyst and Roger Kluge. (Photo: Pro Shots)

Elia Viviani - The 31-year-old Italian made the switch from Deceuninck-Quick-Step to Cofidis last summer. A striking move, because he was good for 38 stage victories in two seasons with the Belgian formation. The question is whether the former track cycling can repeat that feat with his new team. (Photo: Getty Images)

Julian Alaphilippe - The 28-year-old Frenchman wore the yellow jersey for fourteen days last year. This year, the all-rounder of Deceuninck-Quick-Step is in less form, but he will certainly attack again to his heart's content. On the hill he is one of the best riders in the peloton. (Photo: Pro Shots)

Thomas De Gendt - When it comes to stage wins, we cannot ignore the 33-year-old Belgian. The Lotto Soudal rider is known for his eagerness to attack and has already won a stage in the Tour in 2016 and 2019. He has announced that he will also go for a stage victory this year. (Photo: Getty Images)

Jasper Stuyven - The Belgians have many candidates for a stage victory this year and the 28-year-old sprinter of Trek-Segafredo is certainly one of them. He can digest a hill and wants to attack in the Tour. (Photo: Pro Shots)

Wout van Aert - The 25-year-old Belgian is one of the strongest riders in the peloton this season and has already won two great races with Strade Bianche and Milan-San Remo. It remains to be seen whether the rider of Jumbo-Visma in the Tour can go for his own chances. If that is allowed, he is one of the favorites for a stage victory and the green jersey. (Photo: Pro Shots)

Lennard Kämna - The 23-year-old German is one of the biggest talents in the peloton. Already showed to be in shape in the Critérium du Dauphiné and won a stage there. The expectation is that the BORA-hansgrohe rider will also be able to go for a climbing victory in the Tour. (Photo: Getty Images)

Davide Formolo - He also booked a great stage victory in the Dauphiné. Where the 27-year-old Italian previously went for a good classification, he seems to be mainly looking for day success in the coming Tour. The UAE Team Emirates climber is certainly someone to keep an eye on on mountain rides. (Photo: Pro Shots)

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