Poole Pirates close gap on Elite League leaders Coventry after a convincing 54-36 win over Swindon Robins.
Nicki Pedersen kept the pressure on Tai Woffinden by winning the Swedish Speedway Grand Prix.
Poole avenged their defeat to Wolverhampton earlier in the week with a 60-33 win in their Elite League fixture at Wimborne Road.
Wolverhampton produced a thrilling fightback to claim a dramatic 47-46 win over champions Poole in the Elite League.
King's Lynn defeated Wolverhampton in the Elite League with Niels-Kristian Iversen starring.
Swindon Robins defeated Poole Pirates 50-42 in the Elite League with Darcy Ward making a winning debut.
The speedway prodigy is returning - check out this video of Darcy Ward before he races live on Sky Sports.
Leicester moved off the foot of the Elite League table with a 49-42 win over Swindon - despite seeing Sam Masters crash out of the meeting in his second ride.
Coventry’s lead at the top of the Elite League is back up to seven points after the Bees raced to an emphatic 60-32 win over Wolverhampton.
Rory Schlein talks to Sky Sports about his horror crash and what the future holds for the Aussie racer.
Britain’s Tai Woffinden extended his lead at the top of the World Championship standings despite finishing fourth in Cardiff.
King's Lynn grabbed a thrilling late win over reigning champions Poole in a dramatic finale to their Elite League clash.
Coventry moved eight points clear at the top of the Elite League after a 50-40 comeback win at Wolverhampton.
Great Britain won the FIM Team Longtrack World Championship at Muhldorf, Germany on Sunday.
Coventry returned to the top of the Elite League table after a dramatic 45-45 draw with Belle Vue.
Belle Vue secured a big result in the race for the Elite League play-offs with a 53-39 away win at Swindon.
Tai Woffinden made it a hat-trick of British Championship titles with victory at Monmore Green in Wolverhampton on Monday night.
The Speedway British Final - 16 riders, one title, one hero and one place to watch, live on Sky Sports...
Sweden lifted the Speedway World Cup for the first time in 11 years when they triumphed in Sunday’s final at Vojens.
Tai Woffinden is looking forward to returning to Wolverhampton on Monday as he bids for a third straight British title.