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Coming soon: Live coverage of Milan-San Remo

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Filippo Pozzato, (Quick-Step) wins Milan-San Remo in front of Alessandro Petacchi (Team Milram) in 2006.

Filippo Pozzato, (Quick-Step) wins Milan-San Remo in front of Alessandro Petacchi (Team Milram) in 2006.
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Fabian Cancellara (Team CSC) wins the 2008 Milan-San Remo.

Fabian Cancellara (Team CSC) wins the 2008 Milan-San Remo.
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Matt Goss (HTC) claims the biggest win of his career

Matt Goss (HTC) claims the biggest win of his career
(Image credit: Tim de Waele/TDWSport.com)
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Gerald Ciolek rode the perfect race to win Milan – San Remo

Gerald Ciolek rode the perfect race to win Milan – San Remo
(Image credit: Tim de Waele/TDWSport.com)
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Eddy Merckx won Milan-San Remo seven times in Via Roma

Eddy Merckx won Milan-San Remo seven times in Via Roma
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Oscar Freire wins the 2007 Milan-San Remo in Via Roma

Oscar Freire wins the 2007 Milan-San Remo in Via Roma
(Image credit: Bettini Photo)

The Classics season hits full stride this weekend as Milan-San Remo, the first monument of 2015, takes place Sunday in Italy. Follow Cyclingnews’ live minute-by-minute coverage of La Primavera over the Poggio, the Cipressa and the first finish on Via Roma since Oscar Friere won there in 2007. Rain and a strong tailwind are expected for the race as the favourites and upstarts battle for supremacy along the Mediterranean.

The action gets underway at 10:10 CET and you can keep track of events at live.cyclingnews.com all the way to the finish late Sunday afternoon. Cyclingnews' Stephen Farrand and Sadhbh O'Shea will also be on location and will have all of the news and reaction from what is sure to be a dramatic day of racing in Italy.

Watch the video below for Cyclingnews’ top 10 riders to watch at Milan-San Remo and to subscribe to the Cyclingnews video channel, click here.