Timeform pick out bets from Nottingham and Sheffield on Tuesday.
"However, he still ran a solid enough race and with his make-up on the rails looking a particularly good one, he is fancied to get it right..."
TUDOR MISS (Trap 5, 13:33) was a dog who very much caught the eye in front of the RPGTV cameras last week, the daughter of Aero Majestic suffered serious interference approaching the second bend and ran a cracking race to finish second. She had been shaping up as if another victory was on the cards over four bends previously and with a clear passage, we're hopeful she can make amends admittedly in a tightly graded affair.
Over at Sheffield MARCH ON MONTY (Trap 6, 18:22) looks to hold excellent claims of resuming winning ways. Barrie Draper's charge had no answers for an improving Elaine Parker inmate seven days ago, but it's hard to knock the son of Ballymac Eske, a winner in A1 grade in January he boasts a 2/3 record in this class of A2 and a fast break can see him assert his authority on this field.
AXEL EIGHT (Trap 1, 20:43) didn't do himself any favours with a pretty moderate break in last week's qualifier for the winner of one final. However, he still ran a solid enough race and with his make-up on the rails looking a particularly good one, he is fancied to get it right when it matters and double his British tally.