The star-studded field will be pulling out all stops, particularly Grand Prix series leader Kaiden Manders.
He was leading the feature race in Albany last weekend before contact with a lapped car saw him go to the rear of the field, blowing his chances of another big win.
Manders is one of the favourites to add to his feature race wins he has claimed here earlier in the season.
Dayne Kingshott will also gain plenty of attention after winning in Albany – on the back of his win in the WA Championship at the Motorplex two weeks ago.
Mathematically speaking he can still win the Grand Prix series but it would require him to have another outstanding night and the four drivers in front of him in the standings to essentially not start a race.
Two men who are in with a more realistic chance at winning the series are Todd Waddell and Alfonso Guadagnino who sit in second and third place respectively.
Waddell is 23 points behind Manders while ‘Alfie’ is a further 17 points back.
The latter had a good Albany round, setting Quick Time and then winning a heat race.
Sitting in fourth place is Glen Mears who, after a nightmare run at Albany, could also mathematically take the series win but it would take a fair bit of luck to go his way.
That being said, stranger things have happened in speedway.
The field also includes Jason Tremeer (who is second in the Motorplex track championship behind Guadagnino), Scott Glazebook (third in the track championship), Dan Golding, Jack Alfirevich, Nick Rowe (fourth last weekend), Blake Mills, Travis White, Chris Telenta, Neville Lance, South Australian Angelo Karoussis, Travis White, Phil Tremeer, Lee Redmond and Blake Mills
The event is sponsored by Coates Hire and is the Firecracker General John Day Tribute Night.
It includes the Wormall Civil Sprintcars, Coates Hire Late Models, Harris Engines Wingless Sprints and the Coates Hire Monster Fireworks.