Wolverhampton will face Belle Vue in the Elite League Grand Final after they rallied to defeat Poole on Wednesday evening.
Poole Pirates and Belle Vue hold the advantage heading into the second leg of the Elite League semi-finals, which you can see live on Sky Sports 2 on Wednesday.
Belle Vue and Poole claimed first-leg victories in the Elite League play-off semi-finals on Wednesday evening.
The Elite League play-offs begin this Wednesday and you can watch every heat from both meetings, live on Sky Sports.
King's Lynn saw their home Elite League campaign come to a disappointing end with a 53-39 defeat against Poole.
Chris Holder was named rider of the night, despite Poole Pirates' 48-45 defeat to Belle Vue Aces in Monday's thrilling Elite League meeting.
Belle Vue secured top spot in the Elite League ahead of the play-offs with a 48-45 victory over Poole on Monday night.
Jason Doyle stormed to victory in the German SGP at Teterow on Saturday night to claim his third SGP win of the season.
Wolverhampton's 48-42 victory over Poole was marred by a thumb injury suffered by world champion Tai Woffinden.
Belle Vue regained top spot in the Elite League table with a 59-34 win over Coventry as Lakeside also prevailed on Friday.
Australia's Jason Doyle edged out Britain's Tai Woffinden to win the Speedway Grand Prix of Poland in Gorzow on Saturday.
Rohan Tungate was the hero for Swindon Robins as they sealed a 50-42 victory over Poole Pirates in the Elite League.
Swindon Robins gave their Elite League play-off hopes a huge boost on Thursday night with a 51-41 win over Kings Lynn.
Tai Woffinden has stepped down as Great Britain's team captain and will not be competing in next year's Speedway World Cup.
Keith Chapman insists Great Britain can be crowned World Champions in the not too distant future.
World champion Tai Woffinden is returning to British speedway after agreeing a short-term deal with Wolverhampton.
Coventry have kept their play-off hopes alive with a 56-34 victory over Swindon in the Elite League Speedway.
Poole are third in the Elite League after notching back-to-back home wins this week with a 58-35 victory over Leicester.
Belle Vue extended their lead at the top of the Elite League table by beating Lakeside, while Poole defeated Wolverhampton.
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