Vincenzo Nibali essentially won the 2013 Giro d'Italia with his performance in past stages, and he'll receive the pink jersey as the overall winner, but there's more to be decided in the final stage of the three-week endurance race. Mark Cavendish lost the red jersey to Nibali on Stage 20, but is the favorite to take it back on Sunday.
This would mean that Cavendish is the points leader when the tournament ends in Brescia on Sunday. Cavendish has already won in points in France and Spain, and it would be a big boost for him to win at the Giro, but it's not guaranteed. Still, short of an accident or one of his worst stages of all time, Cavendish should secure his spot.
As noted, the race will finish in Brescia this year after plenty of weather issues canceled out other potential stages. It's a 197-kilometer run from Riese Pio X to Brescia, and you can find a map of the route below, via Cycling News.
The stage will be on beIN Sport, but not carried live -- they will show the stage at 6 p.m. ET. ESPN Deportes will have coverage beginning at 8 a.m. if you get the channel in the U.S.