PIRATES will face a stronger King’s Lynn tonight than the sides they beat heavily earlier this season, according to co-promoter Danny Ford.

Poole already have two victories at Adrian Flux Arena under their belts this campaign.

They won 50-40 in a shield clash in April before thumping the Stars 49-41 in the Supporters’ Cup the following month.

The Premiership takes centre stage tomorrow (7.30pm), with Pirates looking to complete a trio of wins in Norfolk and at the same time extend their run of victories in the league to six.

Ford told the Daily Echo: “We’re on a bit of a winning streak at the moment so it would be fantastic to keep that going. We’ve had some absolutely fantastic results at King’s Lynn already this year.

“They’re probably stronger than they were when we previously went there but I’m sure we’ll give them a good fight and hopefully we can go there and get a couple of points.”

Poole will be missing four of their first-choice septet for the trip with Richie Worrall, Brady Kurtz, Nico Covatti and Nikolaj Busk Jakobsen all unavailable due to injury.

But in-form duo Nicolai Klindt and captain Josh Grajczonek are set to ride again after their impressive showings last time out.

Aaron Summers, Ricky Wells and Kyle Newman will guest for Poole.

King's Lynn: Robert Lambert, Michael Palm Toft, Erik Riss, Thomas Jorgensen, Craig Cook, Lewis Kerr, Simon Lambert.

Pirates: Rider replacement, Aaron Summers, Nicolai Klindt, Josh Grajczonek, Jack Holder, Ricky Wells, Kyle Newman.