Clive Cox won the listed sprint over this trip here on Wednesday with Priceless, and looks to have good claims of landing a five-furlong double in the Flying Childers on Friday with Tis Marvellous.
Tis Marvellous paid the price for trying to keep tabs on Lady Aurelia in the Prix Morny at Deauville last time, and is better judged on his impressive Prix Robert Papin win prior to that.
If returning to that sort of level here, he will be hard to beat, currently 3 lb clear of nearest rival Yalta on Timeform ratings.
Mizzou sets the standard here on his second behind Order of St George in the Gold Cup at Ascot last time, which was a career-best effort for him on Timeform ratings.
As a winner over a two miles in the Sagaro Stakes at the beginning of the season, he should be as effective now dropping back two furlongs in trip from the Gold Cup distance, and is the one to beat given that the likes of Sheikhzayedroad, Burmese and Clever Cookie were all behind him last time.