Thursday August 25, 2011
WOLVERHAMPTON suffered a Peterborough backlash in their 59-34 defeat at the East of England Showground last night.

Panthers had been slammed by club bosses for their poor away displays but made no mistake at home despite the absence of triple world champion Nicki Pedersen with a leg injury.

And Parrys International Wolves were badly depleted with skipper Peter Karlsson required in his home country for the Swedish play-offs which take priority under the agreement between Sweden and UK Speedway bosses.

Freddie Lindgren continued his comeback from serious injuries for Wolves with a 13+1 haul and Ty Proctor looked impressive on the wide open spaces of the Panthers circuit with 9.

PETERBOROUGH 59: Norbert Kosciuch 13+2, Linus Sundstrom 10+1, Kacper Gomolski 9+3, Kenneth Bjerre 8+1, Krzysztof Buczkowski 7+1, Troy Batchelor 6, Richard Lawson 6.

WOLVERHAMPTON 34: Freddie Lindgren 13+1, Ty Proctor 9, Tai Woffinden 9, Ludvig Lindgren 1+1, Lubos Tomicek 1, Tero Aarnio, Peter Karlsson R/R.

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