ALUN Rossiter says his Swindon Robins side will have nothing to fear when they go for SGB Premiership glory next week after booking their place in this season’s Grand Final last night.

A storming 51-38 success in the second leg of their play-off semi-final against Poole Pirates at the Abbey Stadium handed Swindon a 97-82 victory overall and they will now take on the winners of the other last-four clash between Wolverhampton Wolves and Belle Vue Aces.

Having finished top of the table in the regular season and backed that up with a convincing win in the play-offs, Rossiter has no reason to doubt why his troops cannot now go all the way in the race for the title.

“We have got to be confident, anything can happen now. We are really happy and as long as it isn’t wet, we are confident we can do alright,” said Rossiter.

“We’re looking forward to it but we won’t think about the final yet. I will just go back to work and drive my lorry for a week and worry about it on Sunday.

“It is good to have a rest for a couple of days and do day-to-day stuff and then after that we will get back into it and go from there.”

After putting themselves within touching distance of the Premiership crown, Rossiter was quick to heap praise on his team after coming through adversity early on in the season.

Although Swindon have not been short of star performers in 2017, Rossiter felt the addition of Polish rider Tobiasz Musielak midway through the year added the missing ingredient within his septet.

“It’s been a long season and it’s probably been one of my hardest seasons in speedway,” said Rossiter.

“At the start of the season with the points limit the way it was, I always knew we were one rider short and I am not singling anyone out individually but when Tobiasz came in, it changed our season.

“The likes of David (Bellego), Jason (Doyle) and Nick (Morris) have been brilliant all year, and Adam (Ellis) got a lot of stick off the supporters initially but he has come good.

“Bradley (Wilson-Dean) has had an up-and-down season injury wise but has done well and Zach (Wajknecht) was a revelation before his injury and we’ve really missed him since.

“All the boys have done fantastic.”