The $8 million Hong Kong Sprint is highlighted by a rematch between last year's one-two-three - Falvelon, Morluc and King Of Danes respectively. In fact, a total of five renew rivalry from last season, with Plenty-Plenty and Nuclear Debate also having another crack at the title. It would be no surprise to see American representative Morluc gain revenge over Falvelon in the Group Two contest. The giant son of Housebuster has been set for the event this year and his preparation has been silky-smooth. He looks in even better shape than last year and, having had a highly successful season in his home country this season, appears to be an improved prospect. Australian sprinter Falvelon is the early favourite and will no doubt take some beating. His form since winning here last year has been creditable and the speedy son of Alannon has never finished out of the frame over 1,000 metres, having won over that trip on six occasions. King Of Danes was more than a shade disappointing in his final lead-up to this event with a rather moderate seventh behind All Thrills Too in the Sprint Trial Trophy. The concern with him is that he has had a few minor problems, which have hampered his preparation, but he will take some catching if able to produce his best. All Thrills Too comes into the event on top of his game, but this is certainly his toughest assignment by some margin. The son of St Covet has won three of four over course and distance and must have each-way claims on his recent purple patch of form. Century Kid, Australia's other representative, has impressed in his work and the powerful son of Centaine is another who must be given due respect. He beat Falvelon in the TJ Smith Stakes before losing to him in the Doomben 10,000. He is clearly capable on his day and appears primed to run well. The Japanese are represented with both Mejiro Darling and Daitaku Yamato. The former would appear to have a bit to find based on ratings and would arguably be the second pick of the pair. Daitaku Yamato is obviously a handy sprinter but may prefer a fraction further than the 1,000 metres he faces today. Nuclear Debate has come to Hong Kong with a strong reputation for the past two years but has failed dismally in both attempts at the Sprint. He has since moved to the United States from France, but it is hard to envisage an improved performance today as this field is no weaker than he has faced in the past. Nice One Clare has just started to develop from a useful handicapper into a Group performer in the UK but may not be quite up to this class yet and is trying 1,000 metres for the first time. Fellow British challenger The Trader has also improved recently with the application of blinkers but is yet to compete at this level and a minor placing may be his best result. Solid Contact ran his best race to date down the straight course when second to All Thrills Too last time and he meets that rival much better at the weights today. The concern is that was the only time he has made the frame over course and distance from seven attempts. He would be a chance providing he can hold that form. Kenwood Melody has been slightly more consistent over course and distance and could be a legitimate value chance to make the frame. Plenty-Plenty looks outclassed.