Geraint Thomas will be one of just two British riders at the Tour de Suisse after his participation was confirmed by Team Sky.
Thomas, who joins Mark Cavendish (Etixx-Quick-Step) on the start line, has enjoyed a good season to date, with victory at E3 Harelbeke and a third place finish at Ghent-Wevelgem.
The 29-year-old also finished fifth at Paris-Nice, and took overall honours at the Volta ao Algarve on the back of an impressive solo win on stage two.
Sky tweeted their confirmed team during stage six of the Critérium du Dauphiné, at which Chris Froome’s seven-man support team includes Pete Kennaugh, Luke Rowe and Ian Stannard.
Colombian Sergio Henao has been one of his team’s strongest riders so far this year despite a relative lack of racing, picking up second place at the Tour of the Basque Country and third at the Tour of California.
If he can build on the support which will be provided by Thomas and by Tour de Yorkshire winner Lars Petter Nordhaug, he could prove tough to beat.