Wisła is staging team and individual World Cup events ©Getty Images

The men's Ski Jumping World Cup circuit moves on to Wisła this weekend, with the first team event of the season scheduled alongside an individual competition.

Qualifying is first up, on the Polish venue's large hill, tomorrow.

A team contest is due to follow on Saturday (December 4), and then the solo World Cup on Sunday (December 5).

Poland will hope home advantage can kickstart their season, with no Polish athletes in the top 10 of the standings after four events.

A 13-strong Polish team has been picked for the World Cup, including debutant Jan Habdas.

Karl Geiger is the current World Cup leader ©Getty Images
Karl Geiger is the current World Cup leader ©Getty Images

Reigning Olympic large hill champion Kamil Stoch, former normal hill world champion Dawid Kubacki and reigning normal hill champion world champion Piotr Żyła headline the team.

Germany's Karl Geiger is the current World Cup leader.

Geiger has finished in the top two in three of this season's four events.

Norway's Halvor Egner Granerud, the defending champion, Ryōyū Kobayashi from Japan and Slovenian Anže Lanišek have also won World Cup legs, although Kobayashi has since tested positive for COVID-19.