The trio is among the 13 Indians, who will tee up at the richest event in the history of Philippines golf at the Manila Southwoods Golf and Country Club.
The field also includes S Chikka, who came close to his maiden Asian Tour triumph, before fading away in the final round at World Classic Championships at Laguna last week.
However, Jyoti Randhawa and Gaganjeet Bhullar, who have shown a resurgence in form after a lean period will be looking forward to the week as the Asian Tour moves through its lucrative final stretch for the season.
Chawrasia, ranked fourth in the Order of Merit, and having three Top-10s this year including a second to Anirban Lahiri at Hero Indian Open, Rashid Khan, Shiv Kapur and Khalin Joshi will also be looking out for a good result.
Chawrasia has been making cuts and even twice finished inside T-20 but is not being able to maintain the consistency through the week.
Chiragh has had a fine season with a win and a Tied-second in his last four starts and is 13th on the Order of Merit, while Jeev looked like ending his lean run at Hong
Kong Open, but faded away in the end.

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