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Three of the first four finishers in the Vodafone Derby could face a rematch at Longchamp on Sunday.

Epsom runner-up Sakhee (trained by John Dunlop) was confirmed for the Grand Prix de Paris today, along with third-placed Beat Hollow (Henry Cecil) and fourth home Bests Of The Bests (Saeed bin Suroor).

Also among eight overseas-based horses left in the Group One race are Oaks runner-up Kalypso Katie (Jeremy Noseda), Trumpet Sound (Luca Cumani) and Ciro, Bach and Shakespeare (all Aidan O'Brien).

The seven French-trained acceptors for Sunday's mile-and-quarter event are Kutub, Crimson Quest, Boutron, Rhenium, Guillamou City, Premier Pas and Indigo Myth.

Simon Crisford, racing manager to Godolphin, confirmed Best Of The Bests on course for the race.

He said: "All being well he'll go there. There are no jockey plans yet."