Peter Prevc helped Slovenia to win the men's team event at the Ski Jumping World Cup in Zakopane ©Getty Images

Slovenia won the third men's team event of the season on the Ski Jumping World Cup circuit, clinching victory on the Wielka Krokiew hill in Zakopane.

Peter Prevc top scored on both of his jumps in the second group, with efforts of 133.5 metres and 140.5m earning him 139.3 and 150.1 points respectively.

Lovro Kos, Timi Zajc and Anze Lanisek also contributed to a Slovenian success as they earned a total of 531.4 points in the first round and 570.3 in the second, finishing with a total of 1107.3.

Pyeongchang 2018 large hill team Olympic silver medallists Germany finished second, with Severin Freund, Stephan Leyhe, Markus Eisenbichler and Karl Geiger collecting 1034.7 points.

Individual World Cup leader Ryōyū Kobayashi contributed to Japan's third-place finish on 1034.1 points.

Yukiya Satō, Naoki Nakamura and Junshirō Kobayashi also contributed to the team effort.

Austria had won both of the previous team events on this season's circuit, but Daniel Huber, Daniel Tschofenig, Clemens Aigner and Jan Hörl had to settle for fourth in Zakopane with 1011.3 points.

They still lead the Nations Cup with 2,896 points, with Germany leapfrogging Norway into second place.

Germany have 2,857, with Norway, who came fifth in the team event, on 2,730.

Yesterday's qualification for the men's individual competition in the Polish resort was postponed until tomorrow because of strong winds.

The World Cup is scheduled to follow its conclusion.