The man in green, Andre Greipel, is focusing on another stage win in this Tour, but the big German is not about to give away his jersey, as he told Ned after Stage 4.
Our reporter Matt Rendell spoke to Chris Froome after Stage 4. The Sky leader and pre-race favourite says he's very happy with his legs and where he is at this early stage compared to his GC rivals – losing the yellow jersey to Tony Martin should prove a blessing as his Sky team won't have to defend it in the next few days.
Peter Sagan has been pretty consistent so far in this year's Tour and he aims to keep it that way by protecting himself and teammate and yellow jersey contender Alberto Contador.
Tony Martin appears to be a relieved man after finally pulling on the yellow jersey for the first time after narrowly missing out on two previous stages this year.
Tony Martin belatedly claimed the Tour de France leader's yellow jersey for the first time on Tuesday with a brilliant solo victory on Stage 4 to Cambrai.