Olympic champion Omar McLeod will look to bounce back from his seventh place finish at the Paris Diamond League meet on the weekend, when he competes at the István Gyulai Memorial meet on Tuesday in Hungary.
The world leader with 12.90 seconds, who confirmed suffering calf cramps in the French capital, will be joined by Commonwealth champion Andrew Riley.
Six other Jamaicans are scheduled to compete including quarter-milers Chris-Ann Gordon and Verone Chambers, who will square off against Bahamian Olympic champion Shaunae Miller-Uibo.
Olympic mile relay silver medallist Fitzroy Dunkley who missed out on a spot to next month’s World Championships, s also down to run the on event.
Damar Forbes is set to compete in the long jump, Remona Burchell goes in the 100m, while Leah Nugent will square off against American Olympic champion Dalilah Muhammad in a rematch of the Rio 400m hurdles final.
© Humberto José Ramírez
© Humberto José Ramírez Urdaneta