Sunday August 04, 2019
WOLVERHAMPTON are aiming to move back into the top four of the Premiership when they host Belle Vue at Monmore on Monday (7.30).

A win for the Parrys International Wolves would see them leapfrog Swindon into the play-off positions ahead of their away clash with the Robins this coming Thursday.

But the Monmore men know the strength of Belle Vue with the Aces having already won in the West Midlands earlier in the campaign.

There’s a new riding order for the hosts though with the latest greensheet averages kicking in. Recently crowned Swedish Champion Jacob Thorssell moves to No.1 with skipper Rory Schlein now partnering Nick Morris at No.3.

American favourite Luke Becker earns promotion to the main body of the team after a fine run of performances and that means Kyle Howarth is now joined by recent recruit Ryan Douglas down at reserve.

New No.1 Thorssell is hoping the Parrys International Wolves can build on their last home outing which saw them register their biggest win of the season against Peterborough.

“We’re getting better and better each week at the minute and we’re starting to properly click as a team,” Thorssell said.

“We know we can’t slip up against Belle Vue like we did earlier in the season and we know we need to try and make sure they don’t even get a point.

“Every meeting is important and has got so much riding on it between now and the end of the season.”

Belle Vue are led by Australian Champion Max Fricke and draft in former Wolf Tobiasz Musielak as a guest for injured star Dan Bewley.

WOLVERHAMPTON: Jacob Thorssell, Luke Becker, Rory Schlein, Nick Morris, Sam Masters, Kyle Howarth, Ryan Douglas.
BELLE VUE: Max Fricke, Steve Worrall, Tobiasz Musielak, Dimitri Berge, Kenneth Bjerre, Jaimon Lidsey, Nikolaj Busk Jakobsen.

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