SWINDON Robins boss Alun Rossiter says his side will arrive in King’s Lynn full of confidence and with no fears after their demolition of the Stars in Thursday night’s SGB Premiership Supporters’ Cup win.

The Robins return to league action tonight after they won or tied each of the 15 heats on their way to a mammoth 58-32 victory against Peter Schroek’s outfit last Thursday.

Despite that convincing win at home, Rossiter is aware the task ahead of his Robins septet in Norfolk is unlikely to be as straightforward this time around.

The Robins will be able to take some comfort from the fact that they have already visited the Adrian Flux Arena once this term and come away narrow losers – a 47-43 defeat in the Supporters’ Cup.

Jason Doyle – who lives close by in Norwich – and Troy Batchelor, who was racing against his old team, claimed 14 and 12 points respectively in late April as Swindon were unable to claim a last-heat 5-1 to emerge as meeting winners.

Rossiter will give Danish-born British rider Stefan Nielsen another outing at reserve as he continues to search for a replacement for Zach Wajtknecht, and is confident that the 24-year-old can produce another points-laden performance on the road.

The Swindon team manager said: “It will be different to Thursday, but we should go there with plenty of confidence now.

“Of course, we can go there and win. With the confidence in the camp now, everybody rides King’s Lynn well.

“I’m giving Stefan another go because I think his performance on Thursday night warranted another start.

“I’ll give him another go and hopefully he can do the job for us. He gave us points, and that’s all we need, it’s as simple as that.

“Everybody has been saying ‘Doyley is miserable lately’, he’s not. I just told him ‘never lose that fire in your belly’.

“That’s what makes Jason Doyle tick and he certainly looked happy the other night.”

The Robins currently sit fifth in the Premiership table, one place above tonight’s opponents, but Rossiter’s men have only taken a losing bonus point away from four meetings on their travels so far this term.

Meanwhile, the Stars have won two of their three home league meetings, but Rossiter senses a chance to improve the Robins’ woeful away record with a second victory over King’s Lynn in five days.

He said: “We all know that they ride their own track well, so we’ve got to make sure that we ride it exactly the same.

“We should have no fears going down there – all of our boys like it, it’s a well-prepared track and it’s very grippy at the start.

“We’ve got to make sure that we’re over the front of the handlebars and get out of the gate first.”