The 2017 world championship on Sunday once again suits classics riders with a sprint, but the weather may play a factor.
Peter Sagan will attempt to win an unprecedented third straight world road race title this weekend.
Sunweb makes history winning gold in the men's and women's team time trials at UCI world championships in Norway.
The Italian will race Il Lombardia and a handful of other one-day races to close out his season.
The riders started the Vuelta not knowing if the team would exist in 2018.
The 26-year-old Dutchman was third in the Vuelta entering Friday's stage 19, 12 seconds ahead of his closest competitor.
Vincenzo Nibali was nearly 2 minutes behind race leader Chris Froome entering Wednesday's stage 17, but he's hopeful he can close the gap.
An international media report released over the weekend claims the scans performed using an iPad app are not 100 percent accurate.
Froome doesn't fear a repeat of 2016's Vuelta ambush as two mountainous, tricky days loom in stages 14 and 15.
Vincenzo Nibali proves to be the only one bold and strong enough to attack Chris Froome in the Vuelta's first high-mountain stage.