BAD weather wiped out two Stoke home meetings last week.
The SAS Spitfires' clash with Boston on Wednesday and the Easy Rider Potters' fixture against Edinburgh on Saturday were the victims.
Promoter Dave Tattum groaned: 'It must have rained for four days or so and the track drains just couldn't take any more water.'
The Potters host Kings Lynn on Saturday.
Tattum said: 'They certainly got the better of us when they were here in the Trophy earlier in the season, though I think they will find us a different kettle of fish this time around.
'Whatever, the Stars always put on a good show here at Loomer Road and we're really expecting a feast of entertainment.'
Stoke are continuing to dovetail with Sheffield to maximise all fundraising efforts for Garry Stead, who faces spending the rest of his life in a wheelchair following a track crash at Somerset last month.
Former Potter and Spitfire Luke Priest entered hospital this week for an operation to remove a growth from his bladder.
'I hope to be out within a few days and maybe even get back on a bike in the next few weeks,' he said.