Hello and welcome along to our live coverage of stage 14 of the Tour de France. Today's route takes the riders 181.5km from Blagnac to Rodez and rolls gently for much of the day, so it should be won by an all-rounder, and possibly out of the breakaway.

Tour de France
Stage 14 | Flat | men | 15.07.2017
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Matt Westby
Updated 15/07/2017 at 15:57 GMT
That's all we've got time for on the live blog today, but we'll be back tomorrow with live coverage of stage 15, which is a 189.5km medium-mountain stage from Laissac-Sévérac l'Église to Le Puy-en-Velay. See you then.
Alberto Contador and Nairo Quintana were also both caught out by the split and each lost 21 seconds to Froome.
It looks like the peloton split on the final climb, and Aru was caught on the wrong side. Dan Martin and Rigoberto Uran finished alongside Froome, but Romain Bardet lost 4sec to the Briton.
Here's the new general classification:
Just getting confirmation that Froome is back in the race lead, now 19 seconds in front of Fabio Aru, who lost 25 seconds on the day.
Here's the stage 14 result:
Third on the day was Edvald Boasson Hagen (Dimension Data).
Looks like Fabio Aru has surrendered the yellow jersey to Chris Froome. There looked to be about 20sec between the two at the finish after Froome followed the stage contenders.
2nd Greg Van Avermaet (BMC Racing).
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Michael Matthews (Team Sunweb) wins stage 14 of the Tour de France.
500m
They're on the final climb...
1km
Now Dimension Data hit the front and lead them under the flamme rouge.
1.5km
Trek-Segafredo and Dimension Data move forward, Sky move back.
2km
Lammertink has been reeled back in, so we're all together. Quick-Step leading them towards the final climb.
3km
Lammertink still 4sec clear of the Quick-Step-led peloton. Sky still prominent at the front.
4km
Lammertink is the only rider still in front of the peloton, but his lead is slender. Quick-Step leading the chase.
5km
Lammertink attacks again, but the peloton is now only two or three seconds back.