IN the light of Friday's sad news from Buckingham Palace, we have taken the decision to delay our Bees v Wolves 2007 rewind by a week.
The Brandon clash will be available in full from 7.30pm on FRIDAY APRIL 16.
Bees were riding high at the top of the league table having won nine of their first eleven matches, and had already topped the 60-point mark on three occasions.
But this would be a very different challenge against a Wolves side who were mid-table, sixth out of eleven after a solid start to the season with a 100 per cent home record and a Good Friday away win at Belle Vue.
Under normal circumstances the Bees would have been confident of extending their home record, but they were hit by a huge double blow in the days leading up to the meeting, first when skipper Scott Nicholls suffered a broken thumb in a crash during the Italian Grand Prix.
With Nicholls ruled out, Bees booked Swindon's Lee Richardson to guest at No.1 - but then 24 hours before the match, fellow heat-leader Rory Schlein was also on the sidelines having suffered concussion in Poland.
Rider-replacement was the only option for Schlein, leaving the Bees massively vulnerable against a Wolves' top-end comprising proven race-winners Peter Karlsson, Fredrik Lindgren and former Coventry captain Billy Hamill.
So that would require the lower-order to shine, and throw in a little local derby controversy as well and we have another classic Brandon encounter for you to re-live!
BUILDBASE BEES: Lee Richardson, Billy Janniro, Rory Schlein R/R, Morten Risager, Chris Harris, Olly Allen, Martin Smolinski. WOLVERHAMPTON: Peter Karlsson, David Howe, Billy Hamill, Theo Pijper, Fredrik Lindgren, Carl Wilkinson, Magnus Karlsson.