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Morley Street seems to have lost interest this season but a strongly-run race on fast ground could trigger a revival.
Peter Scudamore's late decision to partner Granville Again was no surprise.
Absolutely cruising when falling two out in last year's contest, the chestnut has also been below- par this term, but freshened by a three-month break, can arrive fast and late to claim the crown.
Coulton lacks top-class form, Flown still has plenty to prove, Valfinet lacks class, and former champion Kribensis is not the force of old. 4.05 Race: Fast ground performer Country Member is reportedly Andy Turnell's Festival banker.
A six-length dismissal of Martin Pipe's Gold Cup hope Rushing Wild at Sandown looks red-hot form.
Stirrup Cup, unbeaten in six races this season, faces much his stiffest test.
Rejuvenated veteran Cavvies Clown, who beat two former Gold Cup winners, Garrison Savannah and Cool Ground, at Wincanton, can chase Country Member home.
Rugby Union Braintree hang on in captivating encounter Romford & Gidea Park 6 Braintree 6 ALTHOUGH this match was largely devoid of running rugby, it was a classic of its type, the spectators held captivated by the tense battle.
With Mark Wadforth at full back for Braintree and Stuart Lewis partnering Matthew Wadforth in the centre, skipper Steve Jarlett opted for the replacements' bench and looked on with approval as Nigel Brand led the team to its second successive draw at Crow Lane.