Sparta Wrocław will face Silesian rivals Unia Leszno after double world champion Tai Woffinden led Vaclav Milik to a dramatic 5-1 in Gorzow on Sunday.
With the scores level at 87-87 on aggregate going into the final heat of the semi-final tie, Woffinden and Milik came up against home pairing Bartosz Zmarzlik and Martin Vaculik for the all important place in the final.
Both sides were left holding their breath after a crash involving Vaculik and Milik on the first bend, but referee Wojciech Grodzki called all four riders back for the re-start.
Czech star Milik made the most of the second chance and made the gate, along with Woffinden, to secure a 45-45 draw (92-88 win on aggregate) and a place in the final.
Woffinden starred for the Spartans on a fantastic 15 paid 16 points, while Milik managed 13 paid 14. Polish champion Szymon Wozniak scored 10 but Maciej Janowski endured a tough night, scoring two paid three.
Slovak racer Vaculik led the scoring for Gorzow on 11, Krzyzstof Kasprzak managed 10 paid 11 and Zmarzlik raced to a 10 point haul.
Wrocław’s opponents in the final will be Unia Leszno after the Bulls stunned table toppers Zielona Gora 45-45 (95-85 on aggregate).
Janusz Kolodziej led the Leszno charge on 11, while compatriot Piotr Pawlick managed 10 paid 11 and Russian racer Emil Sayfutdinov tallied nine points.
Former world no.2 Jaroslaw Hampel was the star for Falubaz on 13 paid 14. Grand Prix title contender Patryk Dudek managed 10 paid 12, while series leader Jason Doyle was unable to build on his third place at the German SGP in Teterow, scoring only four points.