Wizz Kid and Approve, two of the leading juveniles in Europe at this early date, clash in the Group 2, $167,000 Prix Robert Papin at Maisons&#45;Laffitte on Sunday. History favors the filly Wizz Kid as females have won two of the last three runnings of this 5 1/2&#45;furlong dash &ndash; subsequent 1000 Guineas winners Special Duty and Natagora.Wizz Kid was successful first time out for trainer Robert Collet, landing the five&#45;furlong Prix Yacowlef at Deauville on July 10. The Yacowlef is a listed race restricted to first&#45;time starters that was won by the subsequent Collet&#45;trained Robert Papin winner New Girlfriend in 2005. A daughter of juvenile Group 1 Prix Morny winner Whipper, who was also trained by Collet, Wizz Kid will be ridden by Gregory Benoist.Trained by William Haggas, Approve invades from England. A son of Oasis Dream, he looked sharp taking the five&#45;furlong, Group 2 Norfolk Stakes at Royal Ascot on June 17, but disappointed when he ran fourth in the six&#45;furlong, Group 2 July Stakes at Newmarket last time.At $515,000, the 1 1/4&#45;mile Prix Eugene Adam is the richest Group 2 race in France. The straight 1 1/4&#45;mile contest has attracted the attention of Godolphin&rsquo;s 1 1/8&#45;mile, Group 3 Prix Daphnis winner Emerald Commander as well as Azmeel, the John Gosden&#45;trained winner of the 1 1/4&#45;mile, 75&#45;yard, Group 3 Dee Stakes. Andre Fabre will send out Lumineux, the Wertheimer brothers&rsquo; winner of the listed, 1 1/4&#45;mile Prix Ridgway. They must all beware the improving Shimraan, the Aga Khan&#45;owned winner of a 1 1/2&#45;mile Maisons&#45;Laffitte allowance in his debut who was just nosed out of Longchamp&rsquo;s listed, 1 1/2&#45;mile Prix de l&rsquo;Avre last time.