South Africa will be well represented at the third leg of the FINA Swimming World Cup in Eindhoven over the weekend with Chad le Clos leading the charge.
Le Clos will have an in-form Ryan Coetzee and Rio Olympic 50m freestyle finalist Brad Tandy as company at the first gala of the second of three clusters.
The remaining meetings of the series will be held in 25-metre pools after the first two took place over long-course.
Le Clos will be looking to find some form in the build up to the FINA World Short-Course Championships in Hangzhou, China from December 11 to 16.
The South African sensation has had some bad luck over the first two legs of the annual series battling with a stomach bug at the Doha leg.
He made a solid start to the series in Kazan, Russia winning the 200m butterfly gold and two silvers in the 100m butterfly and 200m freestyle.
Thanks to the stomach bug, Le Clos missed the opening day of the Doha gala missing out on any podium places.
The Commonwealth Games has been on fire over the first two legs of the series.
Coetzee missed out on medals at the first leg but featured in four finals while posting a host of personal best times.
He stepped into the void in Doha winning the 100m butterfly silver medal and the 50m butterfly bronze.
Coetzee will be competing in the 50m, 100m freestyle, 50m and 100m butterfly events.
The Commonwealth Games 50m freestyle silver medallist will dip his toe in the water at the World Cup Series for the first time this season.
Tandy, who was one of only three swimmers at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games, to make it into a final in the pool will be racing the 50m butterfly, 50m freestyle and the 50m breaststroke.
He qualified for the same events for the World Short-Course Championships in China and will be looking to find some form in the 25m pool ahead of the global showpiece.
The team will also include fellow Olympian Douglas, Rourke McGrath, Seyuran Perumal, Jared Pike and Matthew Sates.
The 11-member team will be complemented by three female swimmers spearheaded by Tayla Lovemore with Paige Brombacher and Catherine Royden-Turner also making an appearance.