Thursday June 01, 2023
WOLVERHAMPTON continue their search for a first away win of the season when they travel to Ipswich tonight (Thursday, June 1, 7.30) – with the added incentive of being able to move to the top of the Sports Insure Premiership table.

The Parrys International Wolves lost their opening two league fixtures on the road 49-41 but have since grown in confidence, particularly after securing a hard fought four points out of five on Monday.

They took a draw from their away meeting at early leaders Belle Vue before beating the reigning Champions 46-44 at Monmore later that same night to also end the Manchester side’s seven match unbeaten run and move within a point of the Aces.

Heading to Foxhall tonight, the Parrys International Wolves hold an eight point lead which they built up in a thoroughly entertaining contest against the Witches at Monmore last week.

And while he’s more than satisfied to see his side’s 100 per cent home record still intact, team manager Peter Adams now wants to see his riders step things up another level on the road.

“When I look back at the two meetings we’ve lost at King’s Lynn and Leicester, I rather wish we could go there again now because I think there were points to be had in those that slipped through our fingers,” he said.

“To cement our position at, or near, the top we really need to win away somewhere soon; Ipswich is the next fixture on the calendar so hopefully we can do something there.”

IPSWICH: Jason Doyle, Keynan Rew R/R, Danny King, Ben Barker, Emil Sayfutdinov, Danyon Hume, Joe Thompson.
PARRYS INTERNATIONAL WOLVES: Sam Masters, Steve Worrall, Luke Becker, Ryan Douglas, Rory Schlein, Zach Cook, Leon Flint.

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