Scunthorpe Scorpions face anxious wait but Thomas Jorgensen could return
Thomas Jorgensen could yet make a shock return to the Scorpions line-up should Scunthorpe make the Premier League play-off final.
Rob Godfrey's team face an anxious two-week wait to discover their fate as Workington and Edinburgh complete their group fixtures.
Scunthorpe though, have given themselves every chance of going through thanks to notching an away point against the latter and romping to their biggest win of the season against the Comets on Sunday.
Jorgensen has missed the semi-finals with a recurrence of a shoulder injury, but is on the road to recovery.
"I spoke to him on Monday and he said it's a bit better," said Godfrey.
"I asked him if he wanted to ride in the final if we get there.
"He said he needed to have a skid in Denmark.
"I said, that's not a problem but he needs to tell us if he's 100 per cent fit. If he's not 100 per cent fit, it's a no go.
"If he's 100 per cent and is hungry and sharp, then I've said, 'the place in the final's yours, you deserve it'.
"Personally, I believe he won't be fit enough."
With that in mind, Scunthorpe have pencilled in Sam Masters for a guest slot after he twice top scored in the role last week.
"We're very thankful for what he did at the weekend," said Godfrey.
Nick Morris would also be involved in the final. He has missed the last three meetings after a crash while in Elite League action.
"Nick will come back into the fold at some point," said Godfrey. "But I've not got a clue what he's done."