SWINDON Robins rider Troy Batchelor says his team will be travelling to King’s Lynn Stars with the aim of taking all four points back to Wiltshire this evening, but insists they will only be able to achieve that if everyone in Alun Rossiter's outfit steps up and has a good day.

The Robins head to Norfolk for their final regular season SGB Premiership meeting sitting at the top of the table, but will only remain there at the end of the campaign if maximum points are acquired tonight.

Swindon lead the way thanks to scintillating home form and their ability to keep the score close on their travels.

Five single losing bonus points have been picked up on the road this season, while Rossiter’s troops can boast away victories over Ipswich Witches and Peterborough Panthers as well.

But in order to choose their play-off opponents, the Robins will have to do something that no visiting team has managed all season – win at the Adrian Flux Arena.

Batchelor says everyone in the team knows the job they have to do and are going into the meeting with a one-track mindset.

He said: “By the looks of it, we’ve pretty much got to win to guarantee finishing top of the league.

“We’d like to choose who we’re facing. We want to choose not necessarily who we think is the easier opponent, but the best one for us and we can only do that if we finish top.

“If we don’t, then we might end up with someone we don’t want.

“We’ll be going for the win and four points if we can, but King's Lynn are really tough to beat at their place, so it will be a difficult one.”

While Batchelor himself has fared very well on both his trips to Norfolk so far this term – scoring 12 on both occasions – Swindon have experienced mixed fortunes.

The Robins went down 47-43 in the Supporters’ Cup back in April before a sub-par team performance meant they lost 49-40 in the league in July.

Batchelor has his eyes firmly fixed on a win this time around, but says that can only happen if everyone goes out and scores good points.

“I’ve done well down there personally, and as a team, I think we’ve always been close,” said Batchelor.

“One time we grabbed a point and one time we just missed out, so we’re always competitive there, but winning is another thing.

“And winning takes five or six people, not just three or four, so we need everybody to have a good day and we can go and get all four points.”