Yamaha MotoGP rider Valentino Rossi of Italy (L) speaks next to Honda rider Marc Marquez of Spain during a news conference of the Italian Grand Prix in Mugello circuit in central Italy May 29, 2014. (REUTERS/Max Rossi)
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World champion Marc Marquez is expecting a fierce challenge from Valentino Rossi as he tries to extend his record-breaking win-streak at the Italian Grand Prix Sunday.Marquez, who became the youngest ever world champion aged just 20 last season, has won all five of this year's Grand Prix, despite suffering a broken leg which forced him to miss some preseason test events. Marquez suffered his only fall of last year's championship in Italy last year in a race that Rossi has dominated for large parts of this century.
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