Racers Go Back into Action.
Reading go back into action for the 2nd time this week on Thursday night when they take on fellow "nomad team" Carmarthen Dragons at Swindon's Abbey Stadium.
The Dragons, who race out of Stoke Potters' home track, sit one place above the Racers in the Midland & Southern Development League after looking likely winners earlier in the season.
Fresh from Monday's win over Milton Keynes, the Reading side are looking to start a run of results that will give them a respectable finish in the table, as this match is the second of 4 contests in 13 days.
Nick Laurence, William O'keefe and Rhys Laker again form the basis of the team while the identity of the 4th rider is uncertain after unforeseen circumstances threw doubt over their preferred choice appearing.
Carmarthen themselves are also uncertain of their line up as the long season starts to take its toll on men and machines and means that many clubs are finding it harder to fill team spots.
Reading Racers; Nick Laurence, Rhys Laker, William O'keefe and TBC
Carmarthen PDN Dragons; Danny Woodward, Tim Colley, Ben Philips and Laurence Fielding