Having posted two top tens at Wentworth previously Ross Fisher went into this years renewal on the back of three missed cuts at the track. He polished off a solid performance to finish inside the top ten in 2017 though and coming back to a similar venue I think Ross can recapture some of the form he showed previously in the year. An accurate long game and in particular razor sharp iron play to the right parts of these greens will pay dividends this week and I think Fisher is one of the more capapble folk at executing this task. His impressive start to the year has somewhat tailed off of late. He finished 3rd and tied 5th back to back in two WGC's earlier in the year and backed that up with top tens at Shenzhen and then in China. Wentworth and Paris top tens followed and evidence has been that on the tighter tracks is where he produces his best form this year. What has held him back is the putter. The flat stick is usually the reason why he doesn't get over the line but that aspect could be levelled this week as I don't see a ton of putts being holed by the field on these tricky greens. Overall I think the 50/1 on offer is the best piece of value in the field.

Ross Fisher - 1pt e/w @ 50/1

After a string of missed cuts was ended with a solid performance in the Swiss mountains Tyrrell Hatton has to be considered on home soil. He is 4 from 4 at Wentworth with a top ten posted. Overall he too prefers a tree lined layout where accuracy off the tee is a premium. This course will test plenty of aspects of ones game but off the tee will no doubt be important, especially with the autumnal conditions that await the players. With a top 10 int his event last year and conditions to suit I think Hatton is worth the risk around the 33/1 mark.

Tyrrell Hatton - 1pt e/w @ 33/1

I can't help but feel last weeks winner Lucas Bjerregaard might surpass some expectations here this week after a glorious display last Sunday. Bjerregaard was hugely impressive during his final round and barely broke sweat en route to victory in the Algarve. I mentioned last week how I'd usually wait until a tighter layout to back the Dane but considering his record at the Victoria course he was worth backing. This week is a venue on which I always imagined he could play well. Tight tree lined fairways seem to concentrate his mind and given the confidence he will have taken from last week I can't rule out another victory. Just how much he progresses after that is up for debate but there is an argument that he could properly kick on as he certainly looks the part when he swings the club.

Lucas Bjerregaard - 0.75pts e/w @ 55/1

Finally Nicolas Colsaerts has hinted at a return to form for parts of this year and this tournament might just hold the key to a return to the big time. He was another with a big finish in this years BMW coming with a late rattle to finish in a tie for 3rd. Another top ten followed the next week at the Nordea Masters and ever since his form has been somewhat up and down. Last week in Portugal he showed some decent signs posting a 12 under par total for tied 12th. That is encouraging and if he can get his flat stick rolling then he could be a lively runner at 3 figure odds. Of the rest Wiesberger tempted me the most with a recent solid performance in Crans. He could well be the one to contend from the top of the market.

Nicolas Calsaerts - 0.75pts e/w @ 100/1