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“Little Big Four” performed well this season, but now it's time for “real big three”

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Complete the list. Saturday in Kortrijk Tom Pidcock, Sunday in Hulst Mathieu van der Poel and Sunday in Antwerp... Wout van Aert? As the last of the big three, the three-time world champion will dive back into the field on Sunday. “It's going to be interesting right away, but the real clash won't follow until the Christmas season,” predicts Jonas Creteur of Sport/Football Magazine in De Tribune.
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“Little Big Four” performed well this season, but now it's time for “real big three”

Complete the list. Saturday in Kortrijk Tom Pidcock, Sunday in Hulst Mathieu van der Poel and Sunday in Antwerp... Wout van Aert? As the last of the big three, the three-time world champion will dive back into the field on Sunday. “It's going to be interesting right away, but the real clash won't follow until the Christmas season,” predicts Jonas Creteur of Sport/Football Magazine in De Tribune.

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