The Alstom Open De France gets underway tomorrow and it looks to be a great tournament on the European Tour as players look to find some form before The Open later in the month.
Lee Westwood will be hopeful of winning his first Major on home soil in a few weeks and will be desperate to get a win here to build some momentum.
Westwood won the Nordea Masters last month so seems to be in a good bit of form at the moment, however he has never won this tournament.
2009 winner of the Open De France Martin Kaymer will also be a player that will be looking to come out on top.
Kaymer has not has the best run of results of late though, in the BMW international Open, the German missed the cut after a poor opening two rounds.
Justin Rose is another much talked about contender. He has shown that he is one of the best around over the years and you can never write him off.
Rose finished second in the BMW PGA Championship back in May so will be looking to go one better this time out. He will be another player looking to find form before competing in The Open Championship on home soil.
Graeme McDowell has been inconsistent of late but seems to raise his game for the big tournaments.
In the Irish Open he managed just a 16th place finish which would have disappointed him, however in the US Open he finished as the runner-up.
McDowell will be wanting to put in a solid performance in these four days of golf and show some signs of a consitant run of form.
The likes of Francesco Molinari, Ian Poulter and Peter Hanson will all be hoping of coming out on top in this competition.
Lee Westwood goes into the Open De France as the favourite which is to be expected with his experience. You can back him at 7.50 (13/2) with BWIN.
Martin Kaymer won this event three years ago so has the knowhow to go all the way. He is being offered at 15.00 (14/1) with VC Bet to be the winner.
Ladbrokes are offering odds of 17.00 (16/1) on both Justin Rose and Francesco Molinari winning the tournament.
First Round Leader
For some better value on Westwood having a successful tournament, he can be backed at 15.00 (14/1) with StanJames to be leading after the first round.
Rose and Kaymer are available at 23.00 (22/1) with Bet365.
Ian Poulter is never one to be written off in a tournament even though he has not been in the best of form. The Englishman has odds of 29.00 (28/1) with Coral to win the Open De France.