BELLE Vue skipper Steve Worrall says the Aces are ready to bring the club’s near 30-year wait for a top-flight title to an end tonight (Thursday).
The Manchester side take a narrow two-point lead into the second of the Premiership Grand Final at Peterborough but have won on each of their last five visits to the East of England Arena, including twice this season.
They will once again operate rider-replacement for Brady Kurtz, who has missed all the play-off matches after crashing in the Czech Republic earlier this month.
Worrall said: “We know this will be the toughest 15 heats of speedway we have raced all year, but the boys aren’t fazed by that; in fact it’s quite the opposite.
“We love the Peterborough track and we have proved, especially in the last few weeks, just how well we perform under pressure.
“All we can do is our best. We take this one race at a time and attack the meeting with the same determination we have throughout the play-offs.
“I feel really good about Thursday. The rest of the boys are really pumped up and there’s just a fantastic energy within the team right now.
“We are so close to that league title, and I can say with no hesitation that we will do everything in our power to bring that trophy home to Belle Vue.”