Espresso and Celestial Chief are worth taking as double bankers in the final leg of tomorrow's Sha Tin Triple Trio. There is no jackpot for the world's best bet so it is probably a good idea to keep stakes to a minimum on the basis that the total outlay should vary directly in proportion to the pool size. With no jackpot, the pool is at its smallest and so is the potential payout. That's why such a double banker comes in handy in the final leg as it dramatically reduces the cost of the bet. Espresso appeared desperately unlucky not to win last time when he was brought undone by the track bias. The race itself went to Sound Lover whom he now re-opposes on four pounds better terms for three-quarters of a length. But a combination of Alan Munro having to ride the horse back and then having to switch him out for a run was too much for the grey to overcome as there was a profound bias towards those racing on the speed and near the fence. Espresso was neither so did an excellent job to make up so much ground for second. Celestial Chief might have also been brought undone by track bias last time though perhaps by not such a strong bias as affected Espresso. On this occasion, Celestial Chief was run down by Taurus who came down the centre of the track, and off a fast pace to boot, while Celestial Chief was switched back to the inside by Basil Marcus where the ground was probably slightly slower. The move to 1,400 metres should suit Celestial Chief, who has always appealed as suitable for this son of Agincourt, as he seems a relentless galloping type who will really knuckle down to his task and battle. Celestial Chief also comes into this sixth event working extremely well. Of the others, Ningbo Warrior is one of the few decent griffins seen out so far this season thanks to racing management's ill-conceived rule changes for griffin events. Authorised has slipped to a good mark and should run well while watch out for an improved effort from Red Diamond, who found the tempo against him last time. Markgraf likes this grade and goes particularly well for the perky Brett 'Double' Doyle. The noted dirt performers, Bill, Bon Bon and Speedy Dragon, should go well in third event, which opens the TT. It's possible that Bill reverses recent form with Bon Bon as he's a pound better off and Roger Yu seems such good value for his seven-pound claim. Speedy Dragon loves the dirt. Watch out for an improved effort from National Pride, who has been looking for this trip and has progressed well in the mornings. Winwin Combination handles the dirt while Outstanding Lad has to be considered with Kieren Fallon aboard. Outstanding Lad presents just the type of flawed talent that Fallon's genius in the saddle is so adept at exploiting. Great Power has won with such authority on the dirt that he must be respected in the fourth, the TT's middle pin, but it is difficult to recommend him as a banker. The John Moore-trained son of Bellotto is up a further 15 pounds for his dirt win and is racing on turf for the first time in his life. But then it's hard to find anything as a banker. Arrectis Auribus will rightly have plenty of supporters after two solid efforts. So, too, will Sea Jade, who has raced well the last two times and could well get a soft run on the speed under his seven-pound claimer Henry Tsang, who is fair value for his claim on these front-running types. Victory Drum is better than he showed last time and should not be left out. Sunny Graham has as many problems as he has talent. But his past couple of gallops have been promising and he could go well fresh.