A horse that will love conditions and is worth sticking by just one more time is the Colin Tizzard trained Fiddlerontheroof, who has a lot going for him in this race.
The six year old won a good Irish bumper on his final start two seasons ago and since then has moved to Tizzard's yard and made his debut last season at Chepstow in the Grade Two Persian War Novices Hurdle.
He was gambled on massively for that contest but could only finish a decent second just being outstayed by third in the 2019 Champion Bumper, Thyme Hill.
He then made his second start in England at Wincanton when again in another battle with Edwardstone and he finished second again.
In what looked his big chance to get off the mark he headed to Sandown in heavy conditions and he did not disappoint bolting up, he then went over course and distance in the Grade One Tolworth Hurdle and landed his first black type event.
The son of Stowaway was then sent to the Supreme Novices Hurdle where he never got into the race and ultimately disappointed.
Sent chasing this term by Tizzard he could only finish second on debut at Ffos Las behind If The Cap Fits, but used that experience to get off the mark next time out narrowly at Exeter.
He took a step back when being well beaten by Caribean boy last time out, but that was on ground he is not comfortable with and getting his conditions on Friday should make the difference.