The European Tour returns after a two-week hiatus with the Trophee Hassan II in Morocco this week and Jason Scrivener looks ready to claim all the spoils at Royal Golf Dar Es Salam.
Although yet to break his European Tour duck, Scrivener has been showing solid form this season and kicked off the campaign with an impressive tie for third at the Hong Kong Open.
The Australian followed that performance up with a T6 at the Australian PGA Championship before taking a share of 16th in the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship.
Continuing his positive run of form, the world number 147 recorded back-to-back top-10 finishes at the Omega Dubai Desert Classic and the ISPS Handa Vic Open.
Scrivener may have faltered slightly over the past two or three tournaments but has shown enough so far this season to suggest he is worth a punt at huge odds of 50/1.
The 30-year-old is ninth in Greens In Regulations – an area that has proven to be crucial in achieving success at this venue in recent years, while he is ninth in strokes gained: tee-to-green and 17th in stroke average.
Otaegui has been slightly hit-and-miss this so far this season but it is hard to overlook him at generous odds of 51/1.
The Spaniard has missed four cuts from nine outings in 2019 although there have been some positive performances in between.
The 26-year-old, who is gunning for his third European Tour title this week, was second at the ISPS Handa World Super 6 Perth, while his latest appearance ended in a tie for 10th at the Hero Indian Open.
His return to form in India is a huge positive heading to Morocco and the world number 76 also produced a decent effort at last year’s event after finishing in a share of 18th on -1.
If Otaegui can make an improvement with the flat stick, which has blown hot and cold this season, he is certainly worth a punt to claim all the spoils in Rabat.
The final selection comes in the form of world number 306 Dubuisson. The Frenchman is starting to rediscover some of the form that helped him climb to 17th in the OWGR’s back in 2014 and his last outing ended with a tie for 10th at the Hero Indian Open.
The 28-year-old has looked impressive with the driver this season and he sits eighth in driving accuracy, while he is 19th in strokes gained: off the tee.
Dubuisson has three top-20s from his last four tournaments and there is every chance he could put himself in contention to land a third European Tour title on Sunday.