Wednesday July 24, 2019
WOLVERHAMPTON skipper Rory Schlein admits he and his team-mates are buzzing ahead of Thursday’s trip to Ipswich (7.30).

Parrys International Wolves head into their latest away fixture on the back of their biggest win of the season after they trounced Peterborough on Monday.

And Schlein says it’s important they take momentum from that result and performance and agrees with boss Peter Adams that they should fear no-one despite the strength of the teams in this year’s Premiership.

“Ipswich have kind of been the surprise package of the season but they have got some quality riders and plenty of strength throughout the team,” Schlein said.

“But so have we and we go there still buzzing from Monday and it’s important we use the amount of high confidence that we’ve got from that performance.

“We’ve already taken one point off them at their place this year, perhaps it should’ve been three or four, but let’s hope it is this time for sure.

“We’re at that stage of the year now where it’s all getting a bit tight and no-one can afford to have an off night.

“But we know what we’ve got to do, we know we need another away win or two somewhere and we’ll be going for it for sure.”

IPSWICH: Chris Harris, Cameron Heeps, Danny King, Richard Lawson, Krystian Pieszczek, Edward Kennett, Jake Allen.

WOLVERHAMPTON: Rory Schlein, Ryan Douglas, Jacob Thorssell, Nick Morris, Sam Masters, Kyle Howarth, Luke Becker.

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