Organisers have announced the WorldTour and wildcard teams to ride the 2016 edition of Paris-Roubaix.
The 18 WorldTour outfits are, as usual, automatically selected, including Australia's Orica-GreenEDGE.
Also at the start will be German outfit Giant-Alpecin, which will line up without its defending champion John Degenkolb, who is sidelined due to injuries after he and several team members were run down by a rogue motorist.
Joining them will AG2R (FRA), Astana (KAZ), BMC (USA), Cannondale (USA), Dimension Data (RSA), Etixx-QuickStep (BEL), FDJ (FRA), IAM Cycling (SUI), Lampre-Merida (ITA), Lotto Soudal (BEL), Movistar (ESP), Katusha (RUS), LottoNL-Jumbo (NED), Sky (GBR), Tinkoff (RUS) and Trek-Segafredo (USA).
The wildcards include Bora-Argon 18 (GER), Cofidis (FRA), Delko Marseille Provence KTM (FRA), Direct Energie (FRA), Fortuneo-Vital Concept (FRA), Topsport-Vlaanderen – Baloise (BEL) AND Wanty-Groupe Gobert (BEL).
"It is a great honour to be invited once again to the most epic one-day race in the cycling world," Bora Argon 18 manager Ralph Denk said.
"This monument of cycling is for sure the most challenging race of the year, because it is not just about physical fitness, it is also about mental strength, tactics and bike handling."
SBS will broadcast Paris-Roubaix LIVE to all markets on Sunday 10 April from 2130 - 0130 AEST SBS (1930 - 2130 on SBS2 in WA).