1. James Goddard - I've got a feeling Goddard will do something special here. I'm talking 1:55 special.
2. Leith Brodie - Stunning 1:56.69 at World's last year. All set up for a mammoth battle with Goddard.
3. Darian Townsend - Townsend might struggle to stay with Goddard and Brodie.
Joe Roebuck - Fresh from his medal at Europeans, if Roebuck can drop even more time we could see a pair of Englishmen on the podium.
1. Roberto Pavoni - Wide open race. Pavoni and Schoeman lead the Commonwealth this year on 4:14s.
2. Riaan Schoeman - Went 4:15 at World's last year, already down to 4:14 this year.
3. Thomas Fraser-Holmes - With his speed on the Freestyle, if Fraser-Holmes is close going into the last leg the race is likely his.
Brian Johns & Thomas Haffield - Johns is a relative veteran compared to the young crop of 400m IM swimmers. His experience might pay off. Haffield was pre-selected for this competition so has kept his card close to his chest. If he gets close to his 4:11 from last year he might run away with this.