French star Amaury Pierron is the overall leader among men in the downhill ©Getty Images

Val di Sole in Italy is set to host the last round of the 2022 International Cycling Union (UCI) Mountain Bike World Cup with the overall general classification titles in XCC, XCO and downhill races up for grabs.

French star Amaury Pierron is the overall leader among men in the downhill and has established a 249-point lead over Finn Iles of Canada.

It is Pierron's title to lose as Iles would have to finish first and hope for a DNF for the Frenchman to cause an upset.

However, the women's category is a bit tighter with Switzerland's Camille Balanche leading by 119 points ahead of second-placed Austrian Valentina Höll and 180 points ahead of third-placed Myriam Nicole of France.

The men's XCC will see Alan Hatherly and Filippo Colombo battle it out.

South African Hatherly is currently leading by 62 points ahead the Swiss star.

Alessandra Keller of Switzerland, with 1,300 points is the one to beat among the women with her closest challengers being Anne Terpstra of the Netherlands on 1,184 points and Australian Rebecca McConnell on 1,180.

Keller will also be competing for the XCO title with the same riders.

However, Terpstra is topping the category by on 1,.590 points followed by McConnell and Keller on 64 and 88 points behind respectively.

Another Swiss star Nino Schurter will be eyeing the men’s title after topping the charts with 1,483 points.

Spain’s David Valero-Serrano is second with 1,358 points while Italy's Luca Braidot is third on 1,343.