**ไม่อนุญาติ*** mobile Buveur D'Air will face just four rivals on his reappearance in the Unibet Fighting Fifth Hurdle at Newcastle on Saturday. Having kicked off last season with successive victories over **ไม่อนุญาติ*** mobile fences, the JP McManus-owned six-year-old was switched back to the smaller obstacles by Nicky Henderson and it proved a masterstroke as he went on to claim Champion Hurdle glory at Cheltenham. He will be prohibitive odds to make a successful comeback at Gosforth Park in a Grade One event Henderson has previously won with Landing Light (2001), Punjabi (2008) and My Tent Or Yours (2013). Irving won the Fighting Fifth **ไม่อนุญาติ*** mobile in 2014 and 2016 and bids for the hat-trick for Paul Nicholls. The Nick Williams-trained Flying Tiger turns out three weeks after finishing third behind the ill-fated London Prize in the Elite Hurdle at Wincanton. Pauline Robson's Katgary and Mirsaale from Keith Dalgleish's yard make up the field.