The team line-ups have been finalised for bowling's 2020 Weber Cup with 100 days to go before the competition is scheduled to begin.
English city Leicester is due to stage the event, which sees teams from Europe and the United States square off in ten pin's answer to golf's Ryder Cup.
Competition is scheduled for the Morningside Arena between October 23 and 25.
Europe will be captained by England's Dominic Barrett with his compatriot Stuart Williams joining him on the team alongside Sweden's Jesper Svensson, Finland's Osku Palermaa and Denmark's Thomas Larsen.
The US will be led by Chris Barnes who is joined by Kyle Troup, Anthony Simonsen, Bill O'Neill and EJ Tackett.
Team sizes have expanded from four to five for the 2020 edition.
Barnes will be hoping to guide the Americans to their third consecutive victory after they won in Las Vegas last year and in Milton Keynes in England in 2018.
Before those successes, Europe had triumphed at the last five editions in a row.
Leicester is still due to host this year's event as planned despite the city currently being subject to more severe coronavirus restrictions than the rest of the country.
A prolonged lockdown was announced on June 29 with non-essential shops and schools again forced to shut following a rapid increase in cases.
People in the city are due to hear an update tomorrow.
This year's Weber Cup was initially supposed to be held between June 5 and 7, before being moved because of the virus.