Newly resurrected Weymouth are the visitors to Plough Lane tomorrow night with both sides chasing aggregate success in the inaugural Trevor Hedge Racing Autumn Challenge Cup.

Wimbledon hold a narrow 2 point advantage from the opening leg at newly built Radipole Lane, but with the Wildcats including ex-Don Justin Elkins in their septet, the return fixture promises to be a tightly fought affair.

The GMB Dons will be expecting Mark Burrows to continue his spectacular high scoring whilst ex-Weymouth rider Wayne Barrett makes an emotional return against the side where he began his career back in 1984.

Team boss Dingle Brown is expecting a tough meeting, with both sides chasing silverware, "This is the last chance for our side to claim silverware this season. Although we hold a lead from the meeting in Dorset, we know that Weymouth will be fighting hard and we cannot afford to be complacent."



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