Peterborough Panthers will have to wait a little longer to race for a place in the final of the Elite League KO Cup.
The city side’s semi-final clash against Poole has been held up due to the Pirates’ involvement in a delayed Elite League Grand Final.
Poole will now host Swindon in the second leg of their title decider on Monday (October 22) - the night they had been scheduled to travel to the East of England Showground for a KO Cup semi first leg.
The cup clash will now get under way at Poole on Wednesday (October 24) with Panthers hosting the second leg at Alwalton 24 hours later on Thursday (October 25).
The winners will meet Coventry in the final. The Bees, who beat Birmingham 96-90 on aggregate in the other semi-final, will stage the first leg of the final on Friday (October 26).
Meanwhile Panthers man Krzysztof Buczkowski has pulled out of the Elite League Riders’ Championship (ELRC) at Swindon tomorrow (October 20) after being hurt in a motocross accident.
The Polish racer is likely to be fit for Panthers action next week but Michael Jepsen Jensen is now the club’s sole representative in the ELRC.