GREAT Britain’s men’s four will race side by side with their gold medal rivals in tomorrow’s World Championships final.

Northwich Rowing Club star Matthew Langridge and co have been drawn in the lane next to Australia, who finished second at last summer’s Olympic Games.

The race is due to start at 11.33am.

Those two crews have been the outstanding candidates for first place in Poland this week, cruising to impressive victories in their respective semi finals on Thursday.

But they have yet to race against each other this summer after the men from Down Under opted against travelling to Europe for the three-race World Cup series.

Great Britain claimed that title after scoring two victories and a third place.

Belarus, Czech Republic, France and Slovenia complete the final line up.