Adam Kszczot will be one of the main attractions in his home nation of Poland ©Getty Images

Poland's world indoor champion Adam Kszczot will have home support on his side as he looks to bounce back from a rare defeat in the men's 800 metres in the latest leg of the World Athletics Indoor Tour tomorrow.

Germany's Marc Reuther has the two fastest times in the world this season and beat the Pole in Düsseldorf on Tuesday (February 4), so a showdown between the pair will be one of the meet's main attractions.

Another is Armand Duplantis.

The Swede easily cleared the 6m mark in the pole vault in Düsseldorf and then came very close to breaking the world record of 6.17m on what was his season debut.

Canada's Shawn Barber - world champion in 2015 - figures to be one of Duplantis' main rivals in Torun.

The women's 60m hundles will see Nigeria's Tobi Amusan and Christina Clemons of the United States go head-to-head again, having together split then last two races on the Indoor Tour.

Clemons was victorious in Düsseldorf last time out as the athletes ran faster than eight seconds.

CJ Ujah will be aiming to make it back-to-back wins in the men's 60m sprint and will be joined by compatriot James Dasaolu, who is running for the first time since 2017 after a long battle with injury.

The Netherlands' Lisanne de Witte, victorious in the women's 400m last time out, is another athlete targeting repeat success.

Ethiopian Axumawit Embaye - second in Düsseldorf but first in Karlsruhe before that - is the star attraction in the women's 1,500m.

Seven point-scoring disciplines will be on the programme in total.