Joining Pullin in Veysonnaz is Cam Bolton and NSWIS skiers Adam Lambert, Matt Thomas and Adam Dickson.
Jarryd Hughes decided not to contest the final race and three-time Ladies World Cup winner Belle Brockhoff is recovering from injury.
Two-time world champion and recent World Championship bronze medal winner Alex Pullin is well within reach of the overall podium and has had a strong season, having been consistently in the top five during this season, collecting a gold (Feldberg) and bronze (Montafon) along the way.
Despite the course in Veysonnaz being described as becoming more ‘mellow’ over the years, Australian coach Ben Wordsworth says everyone is “looking forward to the final World Cup to finish the season strongly.”
“The course here has always suited riders like Alex Pullin as it has always been fast and technical,” he said.
Men’s qualifying gets underway on Friday evening 24 March at 8.45pm with the finals on Saturday night from 11.30pm.