Henry de Bromhead's 10-year-old is odds-on to win the race but Boylesports
are offering enhanced value on the Queen Mother Champion Chase by running their Every Second Counts promotion.
Sizing Europe's trainer Henry de Bromhead explained: "He's in good form. Everything's gone OK so far, so we're happy enough," said trainer Henry de Bromhead.
"He's travelled over well and the ground looks OK.
"He's won an Arkle and this race so we're hoping he can run another big race."
Meanwhile jockey Andrew Lynch commented: "I can't wait to ride him. He's been in fabulous form this season, winning three from four. If everything goes well, he should take a lot of beating," said the jockey.
"He was impressive the last day. He was in good form after winning the Tingle Creek and Henry said 'go and enjoy yourself, get him jumping and have fun'.
"He's in good form, worked well the other day and is one to look forward to."