ADAM Ellis has urged his Swindon Robins team-mates to get to grips with the track at Ipswich Witches’ Foxhall Stadium quickly tonight if they are to make it back-to-back wins in the SGB Premiership for the first time this season.

Alun Rossiter’s side were 50-40 winners at home to King’s Lynn Stars last Thursday and return to action in Suffolk this evening for their seventh league fixture of the campaign.

The Robins have already travelled to Ipswich this season, suffering a 48-42 defeat in the Premiership Supporters’ Cup back in April.

Ellis hopes the return of Polish ace Tobiasz Musielak from injury this evening will enable Swindon to have better fortunes on the Witches’ testing track.

“I rode for Ipswich for two years and it is a tricky track to get used to,” said Ellis.

“It’s one of those tracks where if you ride it every week, you feel really comfortable on it, but if you don’t ride it every week, you never feel too great on it.

“It is going to be tough. Ipswich are probably a bit stronger at home now since Edward Kennett has come into their side and they seem to be on a bit of a roll at the moment.

“But we will have Tobiasz back. That will make a big difference for us as he can go out and score double figures fairly easily on a normal night.

“It will be good to go there with a full seven-man team. Hopefully that will make the difference as we try to get a result.”

Swindon may have visited Foxhall Stadium as recently as two months ago, but the rider line-up has changed since then after team manager Rossiter made two permanent alterations to his septet.

Number two Rasmus Jensen and reserve Ellis Perks have been brought in since Rossiter last took his troops to Suffolk, and Ellis says the pair’s arrival has made a difference to the side.

“We have got a bit of a different look to the team from the last time we went to Ipswich,” said Ellis.

“Rasmus has been excellent. He came in and scored something like 15 points on his debut. That is what we needed.

“He is having a really good season and is scoring points everywhere, and Ellis Perks has come in and scored a few points that we have been missing at reserve too.

“It makes a big difference, so hopefully we can all keep it up and go to Ipswich and get a good result.”