2022 British Speedway Season
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    REDCAR host Leicester tonight (Friday) in a big clash of two clubs who seem set to contest the play-offs later this autumn.

    The Bears have already confirmed their qualification and are chasing a top two finish, whilst the Lions need four more points to be mathematically sure of being in the top six.

    Greg Blair comes in at reserve to guest for the home side with Ryan Kinsley unable to return yet, whilst the visitors are at full strength with Nick Morris taking over at No.1.

    Bears star Lewis Kerr said: “I’m looking forward to tonight, we need to carry on our last two performances into tonight’s match against a strong Leicester side. Quite simply, we will all have to be on our game to win!”

    Lions boss Stewart Dickson said: “Redcar have had a few somewhat indifferent results at home, which maybe is because they don’t have a massive home track advantage – at least that’s what I read!

    “We certainly have riders who can ride that place, and we welcome Nick back in the No.1 race-jacket.

    “I know he’s been in the wars and he had a couple of falls at Monmore Green on Monday, but at least having Monday night got him back racing and it will hopefully put him in good stead for Friday

    Redcar are also debuting their new live stream service, which is available for £9.99 from www.redcar-speedway.com/tv .

    REDCAR: Charles Wright, James Sarjeant, Jake Allen, Lewis Kerr, Michael Palm Toft, Greg Blair, Jordan Jenkins.
    LEICESTER: Nick Morris, Dan Thompson, Hans Andersen, Kyle Howarth, Ryan Douglas, Joe Thompson, Zaine Kennedy.