Planet Sport's Live Race Centre is a one stop shop for all your racing information needs from Aintree on Friday, April 8.
The Marsh Chase is a two miles, four furlong contest and Joseph O'Brien's Fakir D'oudairies looks likely to head the market in a field which also includes talented chasers such as Hitman and Mister Fisher.
Here's a quick list of Planet Sport's picks for the Marsh Chase.
Editeur Du Gite
Have a watch of our betting guide video or read the text (or both) so you don't get bogged down with the Marsh Chase.
15.30 Aintree - Captain Guinness
Rachael Blackmore takes the ride and here are a couple of reasons why Captain Guinness can travel smoothly.
"Captain Guinness has been largely kept to two miles so far, won a Grade 3 in Ireland last time over that trip on soft ground. He's not got loads of experience when ground is quicker, has won on good to yielding so will take that as a plus."
"I just think he's a class horse, whose pedigree suggests should so maybe a little bit better still when he steps up in trip and finally Henry De Bromhead has decided to do that."
"So Captain Guinness can find a bit of improvement and bridge the gap which is only a couple of pounds between he and Fakir D'oudairies."
15.30 Aintree - Editeur Du Gite
Pete Farries is keeping faith with Gary Moore's Editeur Du Gite, overlooking a fourth last time at Cheltenham considering he'd already won twice before that a jumps HQ.
Here's a snippet of why Pete thinks Editeur Du Gite can compete here.
"Now there's a horse in this race who won at the festival last year, sitting at 25/1 off the back of a disappointing Cheltenham run but plenty of wins before that."
"I think Editeur Du Gite is a phenomenal price, 25/1 at the time of recording, there is real each-way value here, looked superb in that victory in the Red Rum action last year and yes OK finished fourth in the Challenge Cup at Cheltenham. I don't mind that, this is a fantastic horse whose price is way too big."