Japan's Ryoyu Kobayashi will look to continue his winning ways at the International Ski Federation Ski Jumping World Cup event in Val di Fiemme, after completing a sensational clean sweep at the Four Hills Tournament.
Kobayashi will compete at the World Cup event in the Italian ski resort after he became the third man to win all four stages of the Four Hills in one season.
This impressive victory also consolidated his lead in the overall World Cup rankings, with the 22-year old currently on 956 points.
He will look to extend this further in Val di Fiemme, with Poland's Zyla Piotr behind him in second with 529 points and his compatriot Kamil Stoch, the defending World Cup champion and triple Olympic gold medallist, in third on 504.
The men's competition returns to Val di Fiemme for the first time in seven years.
Action will also take place in the women's Ski Jumping World Cup in Sapporo, Japan.
Germany's Katharina Althaus currently leads the overall rankings with 400 points, with Olympic champion Maren Lundby of Norway close behind her with 278.
Lundby has also had significant success in Sapporo, having won the last three competitions at the venue.
Lidiia Iakovleva will also challenge with the Russian currently third in the rankings with 262 points.
Qualifying for both events will start tomorrow, with two individual competitions at each then following.