Wednesday June 28, 2017
WOLVERHAMPTON have drafted in former British Champion Danny King for their clash with Swindon at the Abbey on Thursday (7.30).

King comes in as a guest for Kyle Howarth, who is riding for Sheffield, whilst Paul Starke also dons gold and black in the place of injury victim Mark Riss.

The Parrys International Wolves are seeking to take advantage of a depleted Robins’ side, who are set to be without top two Jason Doyle and Nick Morris due to injury.

They have secured the services of Troy Batchelor, who impressed for King’s Lynn at Monmore Green on Monday, to step in for Doyle.

But Wolves boss Peter Adams is nonetheless keen to see his side secure their 11th win in their last 12 outings in all competitions.

Said Adams: “It’s a very key match for us at Swindon, and we need to be coming back from there with a result if we’re serious about wanting to finish top of this league at the end of the season.

“Swindon look like they’ll be missing Jason Doyle and Nick Morris, who are two key riders for them, so it’s a good time to be going there and we’ll want to take advantage.”

SWINDON: Troy Batchelor, Dany Gappmaier, David Bellego, Bradley Wilson-Dean, Nick Morris, Adam Ellis, Zach Wajtknecht.
WOLVERHAMPTON: Freddie Lindgren, Danny King, Rory Schlein, Jacob Thorssell, Sam Masters, Paul Starke, Nathan Greaves.

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