Oslo's Holmenkollbakken will host the first Raw Air event from tomorrow ©Getty Images

The men's International Ski Federation Ski Jumping World Cup season is due to continue with the second edition of the Raw Air Tournament beginning in Norway.

Competitions will take place on four Norwegian hills over the course of the event, with qualification on Oslo's famous Holmenkollbakken starting proceedings tomorrow.

Following the event in the capital, Lillehammer, Trondheim and Vikersund will also hold individual World Cups.

Jumpers will be competing to win the Raw Air Tournament itself, but all of the events will also add to the their overall World Cup totals.

Poland's Kamil Stoch currently leads the World Cup standings.

Stoch, the large hill gold medallist at Pyeongchang 2018 last month and now a triple Olympic champion, will be looking to add the Raw Air crown to his Four Hills Tournament success earlier in the campaign.

Kamil Stoch leads the World Cup standings ©Getty Images
Kamil Stoch leads the World Cup standings ©Getty Images

Stoch has 963 points in the rankings with two Germans, Richard Freitag and normal hill Olympic gold medallist Andreas Wellinger, second and third on 836 and 768 respectively.

Norway's Daniel-André Tande is fourth on 723 and the ski flying world champion will be among a team of strong home jumpers.

After tomorrow's qualifying round, a team World Cup will be held in Oslo on Saturday (March 10) before the individual competition the following day.

A women's World Cup will also be held on Sunday (March 11).

This will offer an opportunity for Olympic champion Maren Lundby to impress in front of a home crowd.