Champion trainer Linda Britton, with two top contenders in Our Topper and Significant Bit, will figure prominently in the final of "The Sandgroper' at Mandurah tonight.
Our Topper, who will jump from the blue box, rocketed into contention after easily accounting for Wicked Party in last week's heat.
Our Topper won by a comfortable two length margin in the equal fastest qualifying time, 27.60sec., to continue his dominant track record.
Our Topper has six wins and one placing from 12 starts with five of those victories occurring on the Mandurah surface.
"He is a consistent little greyhound who went really well in the heats," said Britton.
"But I'm not sure how he will back up from box four.
"If he can find the front easily enough he will be right in this race"
Alongside Our Topper in five is kennel mate Significant who was a little unlucky when second to Jake's Brother in her heat.
Despite facing an awkward draw and her toughest challenge to date, Britton is anticipating a strong display.
"She is still learning to put it all together on race night," Britton said.
"But she certainly has the ability to win this race without any problem at all"
Britton rates Dan Biddle's greyhound Kalden Torque as the hardest greyhound to beat.
The Red Brindle dog, with consecutive wins, enters the race in super form and from box two she will be prominently placed early.
At Cannington on Saturday Britton believes Where's He Shall is the best of her chances on the 12 race programme.
The son of Where's Pedro has raced eight times since arriving from Victoria and has finished either first or second on each occasion.
Where's He Shall will line up in the greyhoundsaspets.com.au Canning Stake (530m).