In speedway, the Somerset Rebels are hoping to win the Premier League title for the first time in their history tonight.
The Rebels host Edinburgh in the play-off final second leg with a two-point deficit to make up from the first leg.
In speedway, the Somerset Rebels beat the Newcastle Diamonds 51 points to 39 to keep alive their hopes of reaching the Premier League Play off final.
The heat advantage ensured the Rebels all of the points, and their win now puts them back in a strong position in the group.
Any points they can take from their final two away matches, with Newcastle (Sunday), and Redcar, will see them through to the Play Off Final, where Edinburgh are waiting to renew their rivalry with the Rebels.
Newcastle had showed their intent from the outset, but it was the Rebels fighting spirit that had won the day, and no one epitomised that more than Charles Wright, whose 11+3 haul from 6 rides saw him take the Rider of the Night’ Award
The Swindon Robins beat Poole 52-42 at the Abbey Stadium last night in the first leg of the play off speedway.
They'll now take a ten point lead next Monday.
In the season's opening Speedway meeting, the Elite League champions Swindon Robins beat Lakeside Hammers 63, 27.
The Somerset Rebels have missed out on a speedway double in a nail biting climax tonight.
The Rebels had hoped to add the Premier League title to last week's Cup final victory, but a five point advantage going into tonight's play-off final away leg wasn't enough.
They lost to the Scunthorpe Scorpions 92-91 on aggregate.
Speedway's Somerset Rebels won the first leg of their Premier League play-off final by a tight margin.
They beat Scunthorpe Scorpions 49-44 at the Oaktree Arena and will now take their five point lead with them for the second leg at Eddie Wright Raceway on Sunday.
If they win, it will be their second trophy of the season - last night they won the Premier League Cup.
Speedway's Somerset Rebels have clinched the first part of what they hope will be a trophy double this season.
The Rebels won the Premier League Cup last night, beating the Ipswich Witches 95-90 on aggregate.
They now take on the Scunthorpe Scorpions in the Premier League play-off final, with the first leg on their home track at the Oaktree Arena tonight.
The second leg of speedway's Elite League Grand Final has once again been postponed due to a waterlogged track at Poole Stadium.
Poole Pirates were due to host Swindon Robins on Wednesday but rain forced the event to be put back to tonight but then delaying it a second time.
The meeting is now set to be held on Monday 22nd October