COVENTRY Buildbase Bees could move clear in second place in the Elite League table if they win at bottom club Belle Vue on Monday.
Whilst Bees travel to Kirkmanshulme Lane, close rivals Poole - currently level on points with Coventry having ridden one more match - face a tricky away trip to Wolverhampton.
Bees have already won once at Belle Vue this season, and will feel confident of extending their run to seven victories out of seven in all competitions on a circuit where they usually perform well And they will be at full strength for the meeting, with Steve Johnston having had physiotherapy over the weekend as he has been in some discomfort following an awkward crash at Reading on Wednesday.
Belle Vue bring in Lakeside's Adam Shields to guest for the injured Antonio Lindback, and will also make late decisions on Simon Stead and Billy Forsberg after both crashed out of their heavy defeat at Swindon last Thursday.
Bees skipper Scott Nicholls said: "Second place is certainly up for grabs and we want that to get the home leg and get the title back.
"We've got to go to Belle Vue looking for the win, it's definitely within our reach and we're capable of winning anywhere as we've proved time and time again, and it looks like we're all clicking into form at the right time."
BELLE VUE: Adam Shields, James Wright, Joe Screen, Kevin Doolan, Simon Stead, Billy Forsberg, Adam Skornicki.
BUILDBASE BEES: Scott Nicholls, Olly Allen, Rory Schlein, Steve Johnston, Chris Harris, Billy Janniro, Martin Smolinski.