Friday July 14, 2017
WOLVERHAMPTON ace Jacob Thorssell hopes they will learn from their mistakes as they head to Rye House on Saturday (7pm).

The Parrys International Wolves suffered a 51-41 defeat on their first top flight trip to Hoddesdon back in April.

Thorssell, who struggled to paid six points on that occasion, believes they are returning to the venue a much better side.

And he believes their experience of the track earlier in the season will enable them to challenge for a second victory over the Rockets in the space of a week.

Said Thorssell: “I had a bad meeting at Rye House last time, because it was the first time I’d been to the track. I’m really keen to go back and have a good one on Saturday.

“We’re going to have to fight hard. They’re all fast at their place so it’s going to be tough, but we should have learnt from our first trip there and we’ll be aiming to get an away win.”

Wolves have drafted in former Rockets’ man Ellis Perks to guest for the injured Mark Riss at reserve.

Rye House include Ben Morley in place of Robert Branford whilst rider replacement covers for Justin Sedgmen, who is ruled out with concussion after his crash at Monmore Green on Monday.

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

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