The trio of horses seeing the most support on Oddschecker for day four.
He might not have won the Triumph at Cheltenham, but Fakir Doudaries is still a very good four-year-old, who produced another decent display when he chased home Pentland Hills at Aintree. Currently second favourite behind Fusil Raffles, there's every chance he wins today.
Willie Mullins and Daryl Jacob is normally a fierce combination and these two combining to give this seven-year-old a chance over this gruelling distance. Successful twice before over hurdles, he fell last time out but that was his only fall in his career so far.
The eight-year-old struggled when last sighted in February in a Grade 3 handicap at Kempton but had completed a hat-trick in good style before that and is well worth another chance after a break. David Mullins is on board.