The match will take place on Wednesday at 20.30 Poland time. Our team will perform in the following lineup: Maciej Janowski, Bartosz Smarzlik, Jacob Mikoviak, Dominic Kobera, Tobiasz Mocilac and Victor Lampart.

The conformity test in Glasgow is of great interest. The domestic oval is the second tier team in Great Britain. Only the only Pole to represent the club in the British Isles this year – Marcin Nowak – leads the Glasgow Tigers. Most Polish riders have never ridden in Glasgow.

– I’ve never ridden in Glasgow, but I’ve seen movies from this track from Rasmus Jensen, the track looks very nice, it’s fun to race – says Maciej Janowski, citing media at Glasgow Tigers Club. – The test match is important to show our team around the world. It would be good to compare with Great Britain. I know many Polish fans will come to Glasgow.

At the same time, the hosts announced a change in the starting lineup for the match against Poland. Chris Harris will replace Ty Wenden, who is injured on day one of the Speedway of Nations final.

Poland is the frontrunner in the match test. However, there was a surprise at SoN on Sunday. The British won against our team.

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