It's tomorrow (Wednesday) afternoon, people. The men's race will be live on British Eurosport from 1300-1530, so hopefully plenty of time to see the first as well as second laps. Both the men's and women's races pass over the Mur de Huy and several other short sharp climbs of varying durations and gradients, before finishing up on top of the second ascent of the Mur de Huy. It's heart of the Ardennes stuff and the climbers will fancy this as much as the punchers. The men's start list is fortunately absent of last year's champ Davide Rebellin thanks to him being caught on the juice, but other names to look out for will be the Schlecks; Damiano Cunego; Cadel Evans and Karsten Kroon; Igor Antón; Alexandr Kolobnev and Joaquim Rodríguez; Alejandro Valverde; Roman Kreuziger and Vincenzo Nibali; Philippe Gilbert; Carlos Sastre; Robert Gesink and Óscar Freire; and a certain Alberto Contador. The women's start list does see reigning champion Marianne Vos taking to the start line. Beyond her there's Tatiana Guderzo and Monia Baccaille; a veritable HTC wrecking crew composed of Noemi Cantele, Judith Arndt and Evelyn Stevens; a similarly formidable Cervélo trio of Claudia Häusler, Emma Pooley and Carla Ryan; Grace Verbeke; Emma Johansson; Edita Pucinskaite; Alona Andruk; Trixi Worrack; Elena Berlato; and Nicole Cooke, part of a British national line-up including the in-form Lucy Martin. My predictions for Flanders were quite good, so it's time to sully my reputation by opting for another victory for Philippe Gilbert, and Claudia Häusler to break the Vos domination. Well, I doubt she will, but going for Vos is easy.