It seems likely that Cadel and Andy will finish first and second in some order. Schleck holds a 57 second advantage, and here is a quick reminder of how he got it.
Stage 1 (Uphill finish): The crashes begin. Evans is well towards the front and comes in second place. Schleck is caught behind a crash, but the 3km rule is applied and Schleck finishes 3 seconds behind Evans.
Stage 2 (TTT): BMC rides to a surprising second place to tie Leopard Trek. Schleck remains 3 seconds behind Evans.
Stage 3 (Flat): Sprint stage. Both guys finish safely and Schleck remains 3 seconds behind Evans.
Stage 4 (Uphill finish): Cadel wins in a sprint against Contador and gains 8 seconds on Schleck, who is now 11 seconds behind Evans.
Stages 5-11 (Sprints and breakaways): Both guys stay safe during some hectic stages. Schleck remains 11 seconds behind Evans.
Stage 12 (Mountain finish): The first mountain finish. The Schlecks trade attacks and Frank gets one to stick. Evans and Basso chase, dropping Contador. Andy finishes with Evans and Basso. Schleck remains 11 seconds behind Evans.
Stage 13 (Flat finish after a climb): Evans and Schleck finish together and Schleck remains 11 seconds behind Evans.
Stage 14 (Mountain finish): Andy and Frank trade “attacks” on the Plateau de Beille but fail to drop Contador or Evans. Andy puts in a sprint towards the end and gains 2 seconds on Evans. Schleck is now 9 seconds behind Evans
Stage 15 (Flat): Sprint stage. Both guys stay safe and Schleck remains 9 seconds behind Evans.
Stage 16 (After a Cat 2 descent): Contador attacks on the wet downhill. Evans follows, but Schleck cannot. Evans gains 1:09 on Schleck to increase his lead to 1:18.
Stage 17 (After a Cat 2 descent): Sanchez and Contador attack on the descent. Evans and Schleck give chase in a group that catches the Spaniards just before the finish line. Schleck remains 1:18 behind Evans.
Stage 18 (Mountain finish): Schleck makes his brave attack on the Col d'Izoard and holds it until the finish on Galibier. Voeckler refuses to chase and Contador cracks, forcing Evans to do almost all of the riding to reduce Schleck’s gap. Evans loses 2:15 to Schleck on the stage. Schleck now leads Evans by 57 seconds.
Stage 19 (Mountain finish): Voeckler finally cracks, putting Andy in yellow prior to the final time trial. Schleck cannot put more time into Evans and remains ahead by 57 seconds.