The Walloon Arrow has a point.

The Muy de Huy is also called "The Path of the Chapels" 
with 7 mini chapels. I doubt the riders' will have the
time to pray! 

The anticipated La Flèche Wallonne is tomorrow and some of the riders that missed Amstel will be on board ready for a  fright or fight of a climb.

Organisers have changed the route so the riders will answer to the giant killer Mur de Huy (The wall of Huy or Pain) with 30km from the finish. Add the climb up to the  Côte d'Ereffe with 11km left at the top of the Mur to make it more dramatic. There's plenty of riders to go for the win namely the Schleck brothers who will work and take turns attacking for Andy to go for it. A certain Alberto Contador surely cannot be dismissed either. Coming off a win from the Vuelta a Castilla y Lyon, he looks prime to fire a shot for a classic victory. And Canadian Ryder Hesjedal is ready & hungry since his fine second place performance in Amstel Gold and looking for a Walloon Gold before the day's done.