Poland's Ewa Swoboda will be looking to get the better of Dutch star Dafne Schippers again when the International Association of Athletics Federations World Indoor Tour season continues in Madrid tomorrow.
Swoboda has been in fine form over 60 metres, beating Schippers at the Indoor Tour leg in Karlsruhe in Germany last weekend and also triumphing in Torun in Poland yesterday.
The 21-year-old has clocked 7.08sec along the way, the world leading time, and will hope for more success at the newly-inaugurated Centro Deportivo Municipal Gallur in the Spanish capital.
Twenty-six-year-old Schippers, twice a world champion outdoors over 200m, has a 60m best of seven seconds dead and will be bidding to turn the tables on her younger rival.
Home interest will come in the women's triple jump where Ana Peleteiro will be looking for another victory over Venezuela's world indoor and outdoor champion Yulimar Rojas.
Peleteiro leaped out to a career-best of 14.51m in Karlsruhe as Rojas, competing for the first time since winning the world indoor title in Birmingham in March, managed 14.45 for silver.
Spain will also be hoping for success in the men's 60m hurdles with Olympic silver medallist Orlando Ortega taking on world indoor silver medallist Jarret Eaton of the United States.
Ortega got the better of the American in Torun, but Eaton has a quicker personal best of 7.43 compared to Ortega's 7.45.
Elsewhere, the men's shot put will feature a battle between the Poles who won gold and silver respectively at last year's outdoor European Championships in Berlin, Michal Haratyk and Konrad Bukowiecki.
Mediterranean Games 800m champion Álvaro de Arriba will hope to impress over that distance for the hosts, but Denmark's Andreas Bube is also sure to challenge.
The one-day event is the fourth of the six-stop World Indoor Tour season.