Sunday July 09, 2017
WOLVERHAMPTON ace Sam Masters is desperate to see them maintain their perfect home record as they host Rye House at Monmore Green on Monday (7.30).

The Parrys International Wolves are the only team in the top flight who have won all of their home outings so far this season.

But they are faced with a tough test against a Rye House side packed with plenty of track specialists in front of the BT Sport cameras.

With special admission offers of just £10 for adults and £1 for kids, a big crowd is expected – and Masters wants to put on a show to secure three more SGB Premiership points.

Said Masters: “It’s going to be another tough one against Rye House with some of the guys they’ve got in their team.

“They should go well at our place, but we’ve been riding well at home and we’re all feeling confident at the moment.

“Hopefully I can have another good one and the team can keep that unbeaten home run going.”

Wolves have drafted in Ellis Perks, who was recently released by the Rockets, to guest for the injured Mark Riss.

Meanwhile, Rye House are led by British star Chris Harris and Scott Nicholls plus feature former Wolves favourite Ricky Wells.

Supporters are reminded that a trip to New York is up for grabs at meetings been screened on BT Sport this year.

They will be able to fill out a form and be entered into a prize draw which will be made at the end of the season.

The prize is a trip to New York for two adults plus £500 spending money and all entrants must be aged 18 and over.

The lucky winner will be drawn live on BT Sport in the SGB Premiership's Grand Final later in the year. Entries are free and can only be made at televised BT Sport meetings.

WOLVERHAMPTON: Freddie Lindgren, Kyle Howarth, Rory Schlein, Jacob Thorssell, Sam Masters, Ellis Perks, Nathan Greaves.
RYE HOUSE: Chris Harris, Ben Barker, Ricky Wells, Justin Sedgmen, Scott Nicholls, Stuart Robson, Robert Branford.

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