Recurve and compound teams will be based at their own ranges aiming to win the Indoor Archery World Series Finals ©World Archery

The top four squads in the recurve and compound rankings are set to connect via video to compete in this weekend’s team-only Indoor Archery World Series Finals.

The finalists will go head-to-head from their own ranges situated around the world as they aim to secure the top prizes at the event, due to be held tomorrow and Sunday (February 28).

Defending champions Lancaster Archery Supply, represented by reigning world champion Brady Ellison, Jack Williams and Casey Kaufhold, headline the recurve line-up.

They qualified with a top score of 1,781 points during the January stage of the indoor circuit and will shoot this weekend’s event from the national training centre in Chula Vista in California.

Lancaster are joined in the recurve final four by The Golden Arrow, The Netherlands and Beiter.

Team Easton’s Kris Schaff, Reo Wilde and Linda Ochoa-Anderson topped the compound team ranking with 1,777, which they shot during the December stage.

Arc Système and Estonia booked places in the top three with their results from the bonus leg at the Sud de France Nimes Archery Tournament.

An impressive February submission from The Hotshots, made up of Brielle Ochnich, Sawyer Sullivan and Cole Zeug, pushed them up two spots in the ranking and into a tie for third place.

They take the fourth seed for the finals on account of a lower second score than Estonia.

The event starts tomorrow with the semi-finals and final of the compound competition before the recurve takes centre stage on Sunday.

Every game will consist of four standard archery matches - three individual and one team - and each will last 12 arrows.

An individual match win will earn a one-point bonus while a draw will earn one point for each team.

World Archery has guaranteed a prize fund of CHF10,000 (£7,925/$11,031/€9,104) at the event.