And they’ll be up against the man who stands just two meetings away from his first ever world title after a terrific display in Malilla, Sweden, on Saturday.
Chris Holder is eight-points clear of Greg Hancock in the race for the sport’s ultimate prize and he is the man of the moment.
He said: “Chris is having a fabulous season and I congratulate him on that, but as a team we want to beat him and Poole.
“This will be a tough meeting for us but we have been there before this season and given them a real run for their money. Our intention is to do the same.
“And we have riders who like the Poole track. I expect this to be a tremendous meeting.”
Swindon return to the Abbey Stadium for their final home league meeting of the season against Lakeside this Thursday, September 14.
POOLE: Chris Holder, Sam Masters, Darcy Ward, Piotr Pawlicki, Krzysztof Kasprzak, Ricky Kling, Linus Eklof.
SWINDON: Hans Andersen, Nick Morris, Peter Kildemand, Jason Doyle, Troy Batchelor, Simon Stead, Dawid Lampart.