The Listed event is the highlight of a low-key weekend of racing and a race with which Chantilly Tiffany has grown familiar.
Two years ago, when trained by Ed Dunlop, she only found the high-end Group performer Heaven Sent too good, and faces no rival of the same quality on this occasion.
Chantilly Tiffany is now under new ownership and has enjoyed a fruitful career, with a German Pattern-race victory being the highlight.
She has twice shown she acts on the Sunbury Polytrack and may find improvement for her new surroundings, especially as Gosden has made a particularly solid start to the new season.
Stablemate Clairvoyance was a very easy winner over course and distance a few weeks ago and is given the nod, despite a considerable rise in class for the 32Red.com Fillies' Conditions Stakes.
Of more interest than her victory is her previous start, again at Kempton, when she finished a close second to Aviate, a filly who may end up becoming high class.
Clairvoyance is not one who will lack fitness and should go on to better things.
Another Newmarket trainer on a roll is William Haggas after Penitent's impressive performance in the Lincoln last weekend.
He has an interesting contender for the colts' event, the Bet At 32Red.com Conditions Stakes, in the shape of Azizi.
A triple winner as a two-year-old, Azizi's final start saw him sent off favourite for the Autumn Stakes at Ascot, where he finished fourth on easier ground than he had previously encountered. Already successful on the Polytrack at Lingfield, he looks a cut above a mixed bag of rivals.
The best jumping this weekend takes place at Haydock, but the races have a very difficult look to them.
That said, the feature 50,000 Betfred Both Teams Score...Goals Galore! Handicap Chase really should be a penalty kick for the David Pipe-trained Salut Flo.
He absolutely hammered some reasonable rivals on his British debut at Doncaster and despite a stern response for the handicapper, there should be more to come.
The French recruit seems to handle any ground and appears an exciting prospect. Probable testing conditions will be ideal for Alfie Spinner in the Racing UK 20 Per Month "Fixed Brush" Novices' Handicap Hurdle.
Twice successful in the mud this season, Nick Williams' representative was fourth in a Grade Three handicap on quicker ground at Sandown last time and will appreciate the drop in class.
Youngstown found the Cheltenham Festival a bit too hot for him and has an opportunity to make amends at Carlisle.
A generally progressive sort for Donald McCain, he should find suitable conditions in the More Live Football Betting At totesport.com Novices' Chase.