THE Basingstoke Bison have just one game this weekend, which is on Sunday night (5.15pm) at Romford as they take on the Raiders.

The Herd beat the Raiders last weekend in an overtime thriller on home ice, which saw Bison import Michal Klejna given a match penalty for slew footing, which would have incurred a three game ban.

However, after sending video evidence to the league after the game and an exchange of emails the league ruled the call was incorrect and quashed the match penalty.

This allowed Klejna to play in the local derby win over Bracknell on Sunday.

One player who missed this game was defenceman Tommy Ralph and he is a doubt for the trip to Romford.

Player/coach Ashley Tait said: "Michal was so adamant he was innocent, we were always going to send it to review.

"I was pleased with the decision, as he would have been a big loss for us for three games at this point of the season as we battle to improve our spot in the standings

The Herd are currently locked in a three way battle with the Peterborough Phantoms and Hull Pirates for third spot in National League

Peterborough are third with 50 points from 40 games, the Bison fourth on 48 points from 39 games, while Hull in fifth with 46 points from 37 games.