The Newcastle Sapphire Engineering Diamonds look once again to record away points tonight.
But it's not going to be easy as they go to the home of the high-flying Edinburgh Monarchs who are in regal form this season and have already drawn 45 - 45 earlier this season at Newcastle.
Following the BSPA's decision to reverse their pre-season priority meeting decision, Newcastle will be without Ace Stevie Worrall. Luckily they have a reliable and strong guest in twin brother Richie.
Other than that The Diamonds will be at full strength and looking to put together a full team performance to put their recent travel woes behind them and add to their meagre away points haul.
Team Manager George English remains upbeat despite the circumstances.
"We have not travelled well and once again through no fault of our own we cannot track our own team. That said Richie is well known to our fans and always gives us 100%."
"With Robert riding well and Ashley Morris being a former Edinburgh rider we hope we can put in a performance. Our skipper, Ludvig Lindgren, usually flies around Armadale as well and has been used as a guest by The Monarchs in the past."
"Somewhere along the line everything's going to click away from home and we'll get some well deserved points. It would be nice if it was tonight."
Following the Edinburgh date, The Diamonds are next in action with another Championship meeting on Monday night at Brough Park against Workington Comets with tapes-up at 7:30pm.