Lindsay De Vylder and Robbe Ghys remain leaders after fourth Six Days Night, departing Iljo Keisse loses ground
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Lindsay De Vylder and Robbe Ghys are still in the lead after the fourth night in the 81st Six Days of Ghent. The Belgian duo demonstrated on day four in the madison over fifty minutes. The duo has now collected 237 points in ‘t Kuipke.

Jeroen DePauwSource: BELGA

After the long madison on Friday evening, one more team follows in the same round: the Belgian-Dutch duo Fabio Van Den Bossche and Yoeri Havik (205 points).

Jules Hesters follows with the German Tim Torn Teutenberg (165 points) in two rounds, just like Iljo Keisse and Jasper De Buyst (123 points). A new final victory for Iljo Keisse seems to be impossible.

The Dutch Vincent Hoppezak and Philip Heijnen (172 points) and the British Ethan Hayter and Fred Wright (127) already had four rounds to make up for on Friday evening, the rest of the field six rounds or more.

Stand Six Days of Flanders-Ghent

1. Lindsay De Vylder/Robbe Ghys (Bel) 237 points

2. Fabio Van Den Bossche/Yoeri Havik (Bel/Ned) 205

on 2 rounds:

3. Jules Hesters/Tim Torn Teutenberg (Bel/Ger) 165

4. Iljo Keisse/Jasper De Buyst (Bel) 123

on 4 rounds:

5. Vincent Hoppezak/Philip Heynen (Ned) 172

6. Ethan Hayter/Fred Wright (GBr) 127

on 6 rounds:

7. Roger Kluge/Silvan Dillier (Ger/Zwi) 70

on 12 laps:

8. Tuur Dens/Jan Willem van Schip (Bel/Ned) 185

on 22 laps:

9. Gianluca Pollefliet/Noah Vandenbranden (Bel) 101

on 28 laps:

10. Gerben Thijssen/Julius Johansen (Bel/Den) 28

on 29 laps:

11. Brent Van Mulders/Matias Malmberg (Bel/Den) 73

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