COVENTRY Buildbase Bees are going all-out to secure top placing in the Elite League in Monday's mouth-watering Brandon clash with leaders Swindon (7.30pm).
The Buildbase Bees, on a record run of 15 consecutive wins in the league, know that a win by more than nine points will render them uncatchable with two matches still to go.
And that would also inflict a psychological blow on a Swindon side who they could well be facing again in a fortnight, assuming both clubs come through their home play-off semi-finals.
Should Coventry win but Swindon protect the aggregate point from their 51-42 success in the reverse fixture at Blunsdon way back in May, Bees will need a further point from either Wednesday's trip to Peterborough or Thursday's home match with Eastbourne.
A Swindon win would mean that Bees would need to take at least a draw from their away match at the East of England Showground to keep their hopes of first position alive.
Bees co-boss Peter Oakes said: "We said at the very beginning of the season that our first target was to get the home semi-final, so the first target has now been achieved.
"The next target is to get into top place if we can, but then to go on into the Grand Final and win it again.The run of form we've been on is absolutely tremendous."
Supporters are asked to note the earlier start-time of 7.30pm for the televised clash which brings a full-strength Swindon team to Brandon, with Bees still using rider-replacement for Olly Allen.
BUILDBASE BEES: Scott Nicholls, Olly Allen r/r, Chris Harris, Martin Smolinski, Rory Schlein, Billy Janniro, Steve Johnston.
SWINDON: Leigh Adams, Tomasz Chrzanowski, Lee Richardson, Charlie Gjedde, Sebastian Ulamek, Andrew Moore, Mads Korneliussen.