COVENTRY Buildbase Bees are looking to complete a clean sweep of Elite League wins over local rivals Wolves in the 2007 season at Monmore Green on Monday.
Bees took a remarkable five points off their neighbours back in May despite being severely weakened by injuries - but on this occasion it is their opponents who are hit hardest by absentees.
Two of the Wolves top three have been ruled out, Fredrik Lindgren missing with hip and groin damage after a crash in Sweden, and ex-Bee Billy Hamill having aggravated a neck injury in America over the weekend.
Wolves call up Lakeside's Adam Shields to guest for Hamill with the rider replacement facility covering Lindgren's rides, whilst their No.8 James Grieves takes the place of the injured Kenneth Hansen.
Bees continue to operate rider replacement for Olly Allen, and a positional switch for September sees Chris Harris and Rory Schlein exchange places in the line-up.
Another away win is vital as leaders Swindon won on the road at both Reading and Ipswich over the weekend, whilst Peterborough took a win and a draw at Eastbourne and Lakeside respectively. With home matches in hand, the Panthers are the Bees' greatest threats to a top two finish.
Bees are on a fabulous run of 13 straight wins in all competitions, having not lost since way back on June 21.
Promoter Colin Pratt said: "We're in a strong position because we have such a good away record, and we must ensure nothing goes wrong at home in our final matches and hopefully also get some more positive results on our travels.
"I've got to give full marks to the team for the way in which they've been performing of late, and hopefully this augurs well for the big matches to come."
WOLVES: Peter Karlsson, David Howe, Fredrik Lindgren r/r, Magnus Karlsson, Adam Shields, William Lawson, James Grieves.
BUILDBASE BEES: Scott Nicholls, Olly Allen r/r, Chris Harris, Martin Smolinski, Rory Schlein, Billy Janniro, Steve Johnston.