Swindon Speedway Chairman Terry Russell is urging fans to back the club in their bid to reach the Premiership play-offs.
The CFS Filtration Robins face league leaders Ipswich at the Abbey on Thursday in a tasty clash which is sure to provide plenty of entertainment.
And Russell said: “We need the people of Swindon and surrounding areas to come along and get behind the team.
“I expect this to be a really good meeting and there’s so much to be positive about regarding the club at the moment.
“We’re already into the Cup Final to face Belle Vue and we have a great chance of making the play-offs with this team in my opinion.
“We are also happier with the track now, a lot of good work has gone into it and we had one blip over Easter but apart from that it’s getting better every meeting.
“Ipswich have been a great addition to the Premiership and they’ve put together a strong side – but we are serious about reaching the top four and pushing for the league title ourselves.
“I’m sure Rosco (Alun Rossiter) will have the boys fired up for this one.”
Todd Kurtz steps in at reserve as a replacement for recent signing Stefan Nielsen who has damaged knee ligaments.
The action starts at 7.30.
SWINDON: Jason Doyle, David Bellego, Rasmus Jensen, Adam Ellis, Troy Batchelor, Ellis Perks, Todd Kurtz.
IPSWICH: Chris Harris, Richard Lawson, Danny King, Cameron Heeps, Krystian Pieszczek, Edward Kennett, Jake Allen.