Swindon and Lakeside secure vital away victories as the race for Elite League playoff places intensifies.
World champion Tai Woffinden given week off with stress-related illness
- Losing run for King's Lynn
- Stars domination contnues
- Pirates peg back Eagles
- Stars slaughter Wolves
- Wolves shock Robins
- Stars run continues
- Stars domination continues
- Rain denies Brummies
- Maximum Iversen sees Stars top
- Wolves hit Robins late on
- Lakeside lead extended
- King reigns as Wolves downed
- Coventry take down leaders
- Lakeside restore advantage
- Aces comeback hits Poole
- Stars soar to the top
- Aces snatch Wolves stalemate
Leicester secured a dramatic victory against Eastbourne, but not before a nasty crash involving Eastbourne's Mikkel Michelsen.
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Lakeside can make it two wins over Belle Vue Aces in four days, says Kelvin Tatum, but it'll be close!
Swindon are struggling this season but will fancy their chances at Birmingham, says Kelvin Tatum.
Belle Vue are unbeaten at home but Kelvin Tatum asks if they can transfer that form at Swindon.
Wolverhampton and Belle Vue will want to kick-start their seasons on Tuesday night, says Kelvin.
Speedway Pos Team Pts 1 Kings Lynn 52 2 Lakeside 37 3 Poole 36 4 Eastbourne 33 5 Swindon 31 6 Coventry 30 7 Wolverhampton 26 8 Belle Vue 19 9 Leicester 17
Speedway Pos Team Pts 1 Edinburgh 43 2 Ipswich 28 3 Scunthorpe 28 4 Somerset 24 5 Berwick 23 6 Newcastle 23 7 Workington 19 8 Redcar 19 9 Peterborough 18 10 Glasgow 15
Speedway Pos Team Pts