Rosie MacLennan will be the favourite in the women's trampoline event in Spain this weekend ©Getty Images

Double Olympic champion Rosie MacLennan leads the women's trampolining field at this weekend's International Gymnastics Federation World Cup event in the Spanish city of Valladolid.

The fourth competition of the season will feature both trampoline and tumbling competitions at the 5,000 capacity Pabellón Polideportivo Pisuerga.

Action is due to begin tomorrow and will conclude on October 8 with more than 300 gymnasts from 26 countries expected to compete.

Canada's MacLennan won gold at both London 2012 and Rio 2016 and the 29-year-old's toughest challenge is expected to come from Russia's Yana Pavlova, who took the women's title at last week's World Cup event in Loulé in Portugal.

The 21-year-old, who claimed gold at the Baku 2015 European Games, claimed the title with an overall score of 105.580.

Rio 2016 silver and bronze medallists, Great Britain's Bryony Page and Li Dan of China respectively, are also set to compete.

Tatsiana Piatrenia of Belarus, who finished fifth at Rio 2016, will also be in action this weekend.

Rio 2016 silver medallist Dong Dong of China will be in action in the men's event ©Getty Images
Rio 2016 silver medallist Dong Dong of China will be in action in the men's event ©Getty Images

Belarus' Rio 2016 men's gold medallist Uladzislau Hancharou will be hoping to put the disappointment of placing second in Loulé behind him.

Hancharou was beaten by China's Gao Lei, the Rio 2016 bronze medallist who is absent this weekend.

The Belorussian is joined, however, by London 2012 gold and Rio 2016 silver medallist Dong Dong of China.

Representing the hosts in the men's event will be David Vega, Jorge Martin, Jaime Ponce and Marc Torras.

The tumbling field is much smaller than the trampoline with 14 entrants in the men's event and 13 in the women's.

Azerbaijan's Mikhail Malkin will be aiming to claim a second win in a row following his victory in Loulé.

Russia's Anna Korobeinikova, who also claimed bronze at the 2015 World Championships in Odense, will also be taking part.