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Indurain: It's going to be a good fight between Froome and Contador

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Chris Froome and Alberto Contador enjoy a small chat

Chris Froome and Alberto Contador enjoy a small chat
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Chris Froome (Sky) with Peter Sagan (Cannondale) before stage 16

Chris Froome (Sky) with Peter Sagan (Cannondale) before stage 16
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Miguel Indurain (Banesto) in yellow at the 1992 Tour de France with teammates Marino Alonso (left) and Pedro Delgado (center)

Miguel Indurain (Banesto) in yellow at the 1992 Tour de France with teammates Marino Alonso (left) and Pedro Delgado (center)
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Five-time Tour de France winner Miguel Indurain has backed Chris Froome (Team Sky) to win his second Tour title but warned him and his main rival Alberto Contador (Tinkoff Saxo) to keep an eye out for other GC threats on the road to Paris.

“The feeling of responsibility is greater, you’re more nervous. It never gets less complicated. Each year is as hard as the last.”