Sunday September 01, 2019
WOLVERHAMPTON round off their regular home league programme with an important fixture against King’s Lynn on Monday (7.30).

The Parrys International Wolves are well and truly in with a shout of earning a play-off spot - and know one more home win at Monmore would see them go level on points with fourth placed Belle Vue.

Peter Adams’ men have been in rampant and convincing form on home shale recently, breaking the 50-point barrier on the last four occasions.

And Aussie ace Sam Masters insists confidence within the camp right now is sky high.

“The whole team is riding well again at the moment and Dougy (Ryan Douglas) came back to form in the last one,” Masters said.

“When you’ve got a reserve or two scoring some points, it takes a bit of pressure off us boys at the top.

“But we’re all riding well like I say and we need to get into those play-offs.

“King’s Lynn will make it hard for us though but we know we need to get another win at home to take us into our last two away meetings.”

Parrys International Wolves will operate rider replacement for Kyle Howarth who dislocated his shoulder whilst on Championship duty with Sheffield on Saturday.

Popular American Luke Becker drops back down to the reserve berths despite his impressive form, while Masters regains the No.1 racejacket.

King’s Lynn include Great Britain internationals Robert Lambert and Craig Cook as they also aim to keep their own play-off hopes alive.

WOLVERHAMPTON: Sam Masters, Kyle Howarth R/R, Rory Schlein, Nick Morris, Jacob Thorssell, Ryan Douglas, Luke Becker.
KING’S LYNN: Robert Lambert, Michael Palm Toft, Erik Riss, Thomas Jorgensen, Craig Cook, Lewis Kerr, Nicklas Porsing.

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