Mildenhall Fen Tigers aim to gain maximum capital from their next home match when they face off against the Edinburgh Monarchs Academy.

Edinburgh travel to West Row on Sunday, July 9, and represent a significant challenge to the Fen Tigers' determined pursuit of a top two position in Speedway's National Development League (NDL), bearing no resemblance to the wooden spoonists of last term.

This is the first meeting between the two sides this season, and the Scottish outfit boasts a pair of top heat leaders who are right up there as two of the best riders in the history of the third tier: former Fen Tiger Adam Roynon and Max Clegg. 

Both are former winners of the Divisional Riders' Championship, have been league title winners in the NDL and have considerable experience across the sport. 

Though there's no doubting the experience around the West Row track of Edinburgh's top two, a sizeable number of the rest of their likely septet will be racing competitively at Mildenhall Stadium for the first time, with a few injury concerns in the ranks.

Ely Standard: The Tigers have all their riders fully fit and raring to go for Sunday's meet.The Tigers have all their riders fully fit and raring to go for Sunday's meet. (Image: Derek Leader)

However, there are no such injury concerns for the Fen Tigers' team manager, Jason Gardner, who has his full septet of riders at his disposal.

"It's been an enforced break since our last match – that terrific win at Berwick being a month almost to the day once we take on Edinburgh. 

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"That's not ideal, but at least we have Josh Warren back able to ride after he was in the wars in our last two matches. 

"We know that every point is vital as we look to secure the Play Off position of finishing in the top two, and with a trip up to Edinburgh also to come and the bonus point for aggregate success being so crucial, we know what we need to do on Sunday."