The recent release of the Elite League fixtures has thrown up several fascinating encounters - with Wolverhampton already facing a hectic Easter period.
Two meetings in one day is not an uncommon occurrence in the sport over Bank Holidays, but generally it involves home and away clashes between two local rivals.
However, Wolves will buck that trend on Good Friday by fulfilling two away fixtures at venues more than 100 miles apart. They travel to Belle Vue for an 11am start before racing at Coventry at 8pm that evening.
They host the Bees in the return fixture at Monmore Green in a mouth-watering Easter Monday fixture and skipper Peter Karlsson will have further travelling, as he will represent the club in the Elite League Riders' Championship at Poole on Easter Sunday.
That meeting has its earliest-ever staging as the authorities seek to ensure that all of the top riders are available. It features the top man from each club along with the next five riders in the League listings, which could also bring Billy Hamill into the event.
Wolves promoter Chris Van Straaten said: "It's one of those things with Good Friday. If we get a couple of decent results, people will be saying what a good move it was, but if we suffer two poor results, then it will have been a bad move.
"What it means is plenty of speedway for the fans to enjoy and I'm looking forward to the new season with great excitement, as I'm sure every Wolverhampton supporter is."
Wolves start their season with testing challenge matches both home and away against title favourites Poole, while also going to Peterborough.
Their opening Elite League fixtures are against Swindon, who are another team built on the foundations of a strong top three with Grand Prix stars Leigh Adams and Lee Richardson being joined by Wolves asset Sebastian Ulamek, who was a success in a loan spell at Coventry last year.
Wolves will also be on high alert for their early-season Knockout Cup clashes with Oxford. The Cheetahs will be nobody's favourites for honours this yea,r but they could cause damage at Monmore with ex-Wolves duo David Howe and Adam Skornicki in their team and six-times
world champion Tony Rick-ardsson completing his British career with a short-term stint at Cowley at the start of the season.
Van Straaten said: "We're pleased to open the season with Poole on March 20. They will be many people's tips for the League title.
"Swindon open our home League programme and it's been very interesting to see how they've put their team together this winter."
Coventry open the season with Elite Shield matches against Belle Vue - the reigning League champions facing the Cup holders - while their opening Elite League matches are against newcomers Reading.
The Bees' full fixture list has yet to be officially confirmed by the club, with copromoter Colin Pratt discussing various fixture dates with other managements.