Workington Comets and Glasgow Tigers will now play out a double header on Sunday - after weather interfered with plans for the Championship play-off semi-final.

Comets were due to go to Glasgow last night, with the second leg at Derwent Park tonight but both have been postponed due to the effects of Storm Callum.

Both legs will now take place on Sunday, at Glasgow from 1.30pm followed by Derwent Park at 7.30pm as the two sides aim to clinch their place in the final.

Tigers team manager Cami Brown has been vocal of his views that his side are about to face the strongest team in the league in the play-off semi-finals – Workington Comets.

But Brown still says he thinks his Tigers have nothing to fear.

They will have to face Comets without their former Workington rider and GB international Craig Cook, who’s out with a hand injury.

But instead they hope to call in another expert of the Workington track, ex-Comets rider of the year Ricky Wells.

Brown said: “We’re gutted about Craig’s absence but we’re not downing tools – we’ll reset and go again.

“We’re still in it and we’ve picked the best guest available for Friday. We’ll get Ricky motivated and give it 100 per cent and see what we can do.

“There are still other riders in our team that are well capable of riding at Workington, and we’re starting to get a little bit of home-track advantage now, so we’ve nothing to fear.

“I certainly thought we’d get Workington in the play-offs and we did. It has left us with the toughest opposition – the Workington 1-7 are very strong and it’s going to be a big test for us.

“We’ve had some close matches and some strange matches with them this season.

“We lost at home to them heavily, which I think was a one-off, and then we beat them at home comfortably.

“We’ve had a draw at their place and a narrow defeat, so the two away matches have been really close.

“I think the semi-final, if we get through it, may be harder than the final itself. But we’re going to give it our best shot.

“We’re just happy to be in it, now we want to keep going. We don’t want to lose in the semi-final – that’s not in our thinking at all.”