Swindon boss Alun Rossiter has urged his side to bring their A-game and keep their winning record going at King’s Lynn on tomorrow.
Three straight wins have given the CFS Filtration Robins a dream start to their SGB Premiership title defence.
But Rossiter reckons a trip to the Adrian Flux Arena to take on a Stars side who ran them close at the Abbey will be their toughest test so far.
“It’s going to be possibly our toughest meeting so far, because they’ve started the season well and they’re always dialled in around their place,” said Rossiter.
“A bit like us last year, people wrote King’s Lynn off and you can see they have a point to prove, but I can assure you I never wrote them off.
“We’re showing them the respect they deserve, but we’ve got no reason to fear them and it’s a track where some of our boys have gone well in the past as well.
“I’m sure Troy Batchelor will be going back to his former club with a point to prove, and we’ll hopefully keep our winning run going.”
The Robins are at full strength, whilst King’s Lynn have drafted in Craig Cook and in-form Ashley Morris to guest for Niels-Kristian Iversen and Kasper Andersen.
Rider replacement covers for Thomas Jorgensen, with the Danish trio all in action in their homeland.
KING’S LYNN: Craig Cook, Michael Palm Toft, Ty Proctor, Thomas Jorgensen R/R, Robert Lambert, Ashley Morris, Lewis Kerr.
SWINDON: Nick Morris, Adam Ellis, Troy Batchelor, David Bellego, Tobiasz Musielak, Zach Wajtknecht, Mitchell Davey.