Bikes: SPEEDWAY News and Fixtures

(SPEEDWAY 1)SEBASTIEN Alden is on his way back to Swindon as a replacement for Travis McGowan.Alden has made a quick recovery from the broken foot he sustained in July and McGowan has been struggling for form.Robins chief Alun Rossiter said: "Travis wasn't doing himself justice and understood something had to be done. Seb knows the club so should slot in and do a good job for us."(SPEEDWAY 2)BIRMINGHAM boss Graham Drury has pulled the plug on the signing of Kenneth Hansen.The Dane was due to make his Brummies debut against Somerset but informed Drury he would be riding for Slangerup in his home country instead.Said Drury: "Why would I sign a rider who can't ride on a Wednesday? He agreed to join a Wednesday night track and this happens. It's totally frustrating and I'm very annoyed about it."(FIXTURES)

THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 4:SKY SPORTS ELITE LEAGUE: Ipswich v Coventry 7.30, Peterborough v Eastbourne 7.30, Swindon v Wolverhampton 7.30 PREMIER LEAGUE: Sheffield v Scunthorpe7.45 CONFERENCE LEAGUE: Redcar v Rye House 6.30, Redcar v Boston (follows previous fixture)FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 5:SKY SPORTS ELITE LEAGUE: Coventry v Swindon 8pm, Lakeside v Wolverhampton 8pm PREMIER LEAGUE: Edinburgh v Glasgow 7.30, Scunthorpe v Reading 7.30, Somerset v Mildenhall 7.30, Workington v Stoke 7.30 FOUR TEAM TOURNAMENT:Plymouth 7.30

SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 6:SKY SPORTS ELITE LEAGUE: Eas tbourne v Wolverhampton 7.30 PREMIER LEAGUE:Berwick v Redcar 7pm, Rye House v Newcastle 6pm, Rye House v Somerset (follows previous fixture), Stoke v Reading 7.30CHALLENGE: Weymouth v Isle of Wight 7.15