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Eagles pair eye World final
Both men are expected to take part in tomorrow's four-team title decider at the Stadion Markéta in Prague (6pm BST).
Woodward is believed to have done enough in the race-off on Thursday, with eight points from five heats, to have kept his place for the final.
He flew to the Czech capital this week believing he would only be back-up. Instead, Aussie boss Mark Lemon put him in the side at the expense of Dakota North after practice.
Lemon revealed to speedwaygp.com: “It’s a lot more than riding a bike.
“Cam snuck in the back door this week but he did everything right in terms of what I witnessed with his preparation and composure during practice and build-up. That’s what swung my decision.”
Dryml is likely to declare himself fit after collarbone and hand injuries to ride for the hosts.
Meanwhile, Arlington is likely to host a round of the British Youth Championship next year after organisers gave the venue a glowing report.
Joint British youth manager Neil Vatcher admitted he was delighted with how round three of the current championship went last Sunday.
Vatcher and his team were impressed with the condition of the track and the smooth running of the 34-heat marathon in hot weather.