Wolverhampton have been picked by neighbours Birmingham as opposition for the Elite League play-off semi-finals.
The first leg will take place at Monmore Green next Monday with the return at Perry Barr on September 30.
The Brummies finished top of the table with a last-heat win over King’s Lynn last night, giving them choice of opponents. Reigning champions Swindon will face Poole in the other tie.
Wolves ace Freddie Lindgren believes the play-offs are impossible to call, with all four sides capable of taking the title.
He said: “We know it’s going to be tough against Birmingham, but we are definitely capable of coming out on top over two legs.
“I think this year more than any other all four teams in the play-offs are really evenly matched – anyone can win it.
“It’s really hard to call, but I think it’s just all going to come down to who can have two good days in the semi-finals.
“Hopefully things come together for us and we can all manage to do well to try and make the final, which is the first step.”
Lindgren warmed up for the business end of the season in fine style with a classy victory in the Joe Hughes Invitational last night.
The meeting honoured the former rider and parts supplier and saw veteran Americans Sam Ermolenko and Greg Hancock in action. But Lindgren took the honours and is confident about his form as he prepares to tackle the Brummies.
“I was very pleased – the whole night went well for me and it was good to get the win in the end,” he said.
“I’m feeling very much back to my old self again now – things are picking up for me at just the right time with the play-offs coming up.”