PREMIER LEAGUE: Redcar v Stoke 7.30
ELITE LEAGUE KNOCKOUT CUP: Coventry v Poole follows Elite League meeting.
SKY SPORTS ELITE LEAGUE: Coventry v Wolverhampton 7.30, Peterborough v Lakeside 7.30
THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 18:
Birmingham v Isle of Wight 7.45
SKY SPORTS ELITE LEAGUE: Lakeside v Wolverhampton 7.45 PREMIER LEAGUE:
WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 17:
PREMIER LEAGUE: Isle of Wight v Rye House 7.30
TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 16:
SKY SPORTS ELITE LEAGUE: Peterborough v Coventry 7.30, Wolverhampton v Ipswich 7.30 BRITISH SIDECAR CHAMPIONSHIP FINAL: Reading 7.30
MONDAY SEPTEMBER 15:
PREMIER LEAGUE: Glasgow v Berwick 4pm, Mildenhall v King's Lynn 4.30, Newcastle v Edinburgh 5.30, Newcastle v Rye House (follows previous fixture), Stoke v Redcar 7.30 CONFERENCE LEAGUE: Buxton v Weymouth 3pm
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 14:
Said Waite: "We are so far from the expected league position as predicted by the sport's experts but we're still in with a chance."
Tero Aarnio was taken to hospital with a back injury for the Bandits but early suggestions are encouraging.
BERWICK boss Peter Waite praised his side after seeing them beat Stoke 52-41 to keep alive their slim hopes of a top four finish.
Said Hancock: "Nicki is almost like a machine but we'll keep trying to take points away from him. I'm going for everything I can."
Pedersen is now 28-points clear with just two rounds remaining after chief rival Jason Crump failed to reach the final.
GREG Hancock pulled off a stunning win in the Polish Grand Prix - but Nicki Pedersen took another major step towards the world title.