The second leg of the International Cycling Union (UCI) Track Cycling World Cup is scheduled to begin at the Omnisport Apeldoorn in The Netherlands tomorrow.
Cyclists from around 40 countries are expected to take part in the event in the Dutch city as they jostle for vital points ahead of the World Championships in Hong Kong next April.
Competition is due to begin tomorrow with the women’s omnium, men’s scratch race, women’s team sprint and men’s team sprint.
The men’s team pursuit then takes centre stage on Saturday (November 12) alongside the women’s keirin, women’s 500m time trial, men’s sprint and men’s points race.
Competition then concludes on Sunday (November 13) with the women’s points race, men’s omnium, men’s keirin, women’s sprint and, finally, the men’s madison.
There will also be host of Olympians competing, including Dutch sprinters Jeffrey Hoogland and Laurine van Riessen.
Wim Stroetinga and Jan Willem van Schip, members of The Netherlands' Rio 2016 team pursuit squad, will also be in action.
Elinor Barker and Katy Marchant, meanwhile, will return to action for Britain.
Marchant will making her return to the squad for the first time since winning an Olympic bronze medal in the individual sprint at Rio 2016.
After spending some time racing in Japan she will ride the team sprint alongside Rachel James.
Barker competed at the European Track Cycling Championships in Paris, picking up a silver medal in the scratch race.
She missed the first round of the World Cup series in Glasgow earlier this month.
"I’m pleased to see Elinor back in action at a World Cup and she will be focusing on individual events in Apeldoorn as there is no team pursuit in the programme," said Britain's head coach, Iain Dyer.
"Similarly, I’m looking forward to seeing Katy Marchant return to the squad having spent some time in Japan."
Jack Carlin, Joe Truman and Ryan Owens will represent Britain, including in the team sprint in tomorrow's opening night of competition, the event in which they secured gold last week in Glasgow.