Australia's chop-and-change lineup for the Queen Elizabeth II Cup next month has been radically altered - for the final time. Two of the three nominated runners, Always Aloof and Juggler - the former coming in after an earlier defection - have been withdrawn. The Australian reserve runner Kailey Moonlight now comes into the lineup with the Peter Hayes-trained Burning Embers. Originally, there were to be three Australian runners in the event but the third place has now gone to Hong Kong. Happily for the race, which is awaited with considerable interest because of the possible success of hometown runners, the remainder of the overseas entries - particularly those from Dubai - have remained in. The New Zealand challenger Vialli, to be ridden by Paddy Payne, is reported to be in great shape and Walter Swinburn and Frankie Dettori have been working out the Dubai horses. The most interesting of the duo is Starborough, who is a quality galloper with top Group form to his name. Cape Cross, the other Saaed Bin Suroor runner, is reported to be in tip-top shape. The main local hopes will be Derby winner Johan Cruyff, top stayer Indigenous and Oriental Express. This year's renewal is on April 19 at Sha Tin over 2,000 metres.