Al Kazeem and Camelot will lock horns for a second time this season when they square up for a tussle in the Prince of Wales's Stakes at Royal Ascot on Wednesday.
The talented duo headed a field of 11 for the Group One over a mile and a quarter with no horses withdrawn at the 48-hour final declaration stage.
Al Kazeem, trained by Roger Charlton, came out on top by a length and a half when the pair clashed in the Tattersalls Gold Cup.
Camelot’s trainer Aidan O'Brien runs a pacemaker in the shape of Windsor Palace, who was third in the first encounter last month.
Jonathan Pease sends Maxios sends over from France after his win in the Prix d'Ispahan, while Andrew Balding saddles Side Glance, who performed well in Dubai.
Ed Dunlop's globetrotter Red Cadeaux has a rare start on home soil, with the progressive Mukhadram from William Haggas' stable stepping up in class following his Group Three success at Sandown.
John Gosden has opted to take on the colts with The Fugue rather than stick to her own sex in the Duke of Cambridge Stakes on the same card.
Godolphin have the former Andre Fabre-trained Saint Baudolino, who was fourth at Meydan on his only run of the year so far.
Luca Cumani's Afsare and the Clive Brittain-trained Miblish make up the list.