The big one is here! The Paris-Roubaix, affectionately nicknamed "l'Enfer du Nord" or "Hell of the North", ranks in many fans minds as the greatest single-day race of the year. After last week's epic Tour of Flanders, it's hard to imagine that the race won't play out as a revenge match between Tom Boonen and Fabian Cancellara, and their incredible burgeoning rivalry. Cancellara was unstoppable in Flanders, but he may find it harder to shake Boonen off this time around, and the Belgian will have an advantage if they arrive together in the Roubaix Velodrome.

It won't just be the Fabian and Tom Show though, as the cream of world cycling line up to take on the sport's most prestigious event. We'll have the cobbles, cross-winds, and hard-men LIVE on Cycling TV, with video for viewers in North America, and audio commentary for fans elsewhere in the world.

Watch our free review of the 2009 Paris-Roubaix!

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ON DEMAND - Recap Highlights (5 mins) (Available in North America only)
ON DEMAND - Extended Highlights (30 mins) (Available in North America only)
ON DEMAND - As Live (233 mins) (Available in North America only)

ON DEMAND - Post-race report brought to you by Cyclevox (6 mins) (Available Worldwide)
ON DEMAND - Interview with the winner (2 mins) (Available in North America only)
ON DEMAND - As Live Commentator Cam (233 mins) (Available Worldwide)

ON DEMAND - INTERVIEW: Ben Gastauer
ON DEMAND - INTERVIEW: Cyril Lemoine
ON DEMAND - INTERVIEW: Filippo Pozzato
ON DEMAND - INTERVIEW: Jens Mouris
ON DEMAND - INTERVIEW: Kristof Goddaert
ON DEMAND - INTERVIEW: Robbie McEwen
ON DEMAND - INTERVIEW: Steven Cozza
ON DEMAND - INTERVIEW: Wouter Mol

The ON DEMAND coverage is available with the Premium, Silver and Gold packages.

Ones to watch

Tom Boonen

As a three-time winner, including the two most recent editions, "Tommeke" has to be the favourite again this year. He's got a score to settle with the seemingly-invincible Fabian Cancellara, and this course is well suited to the Belgian national champion.

Fabian Cancellara

"Spartacus" is arguably the most impressive rider in the world, with World Championships and three monuments to his name, and has hit this spring with incredible form. He won the Tour of Flanders without breaking a sweat, and definitely wants to repeat his 2006 Paris-Roubaix victory.

Thor Hushovd

After the disappointment of being knocked out of contention in the closing 10km last year, Hushovd will be hoping he can make it in to the Roubaix Velodrome with the main contenders this year, where he could prove to have the fastest legs.

Juan Antonio Flecha

Sky's main classics contender will be weakened by the loss of Eddy "Boss Hog" Boasson Hagen, but he's never needed team-mates around him to finish on the podium in the past, and could be a danger man.

Matti Breschel

The 25 year old has been on storming form for the Spring Classics, and we think he's got a lot of potential for one-two alternating attacks with his team-mate Fabian Cancellara.

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Startlist & Map

2010 Paris-Roubaix route map