Laura Peel needs to finish seventh or better to seal the women's aerials crystal globe ©Getty Images

The International Ski Federation (FIS) Aerials World Cup is set to conclude in Almaty tomorrow with Laura Peel aiming to secure the crystal globe for the second straight year.

Peel has already enjoyed great success in the Kazakh city having clinched gold in the women’s aerials at the World Championships two days ago.

The Australian is now expected to back up that triumph by clinching her second World Cup title as she tops the standings on 410 points.

With a 67-point lead heading into the final stage, Peel needs to finish in seventh place or better to claim the crystal globe.

Winter Vinecki is her closest challenger having notched 343 points from six of the seven events, while fellow American Megan Nick is third on 236.

The men’s title is already sewn up with Russian Maxim Burov sealing top spot with five straight victories.

Burov, who recently captured gold at the World Championships, will look to finish the season in style with another win.

He leads the standings on 500 points with Noé Roth of Switzerland in second on 284 and Pavel Krotov of Russia in third on 232.

Matt Graham heads into the final stage of the FIS Moguls World Cup as the men's overall leader ©Getty Images
Matt Graham heads into the final stage of the FIS Moguls World Cup as the men's overall leader ©Getty Images

Almaty is also set to host men’s and women’s dual moguls competitions on Sunday (March 14) - the final events of the FIS Moguls World Cup season.

Australia’s Matt Graham will hope to seal the men’s World Cup title as he leads the way on 289 points.

But Frenchman Benjamin Cavet and Sweden’s Ludvig Fjällström both remain in the hunt as they sit on 271 and 258 respectively.

Canadian Mikaël Kingsbury also arrives as the in-form moguls specialist after claiming two golds at the World Championships.

France’s world champion and crystal globe winner Perrine Laffont will bid for her fifth victory from six World Cup stages.

Japan’s Anri Kawamura and American duo Hannah Soar and Kai Owens are also expected to challenge for medals.