Tuesday July 25, 2017
WOLVERHAMPTON star Sam Masters has urged them to issue a response when they head to King’s Lynn on Wednesday (7.30).

A sublime showing from Masters at Belle Vue on Monday was not enough to prevent the Parrys International Wolves from suffering a disappointing defeat in their top of the table clash.

They will now aim to quickly get back on track as they head to Norfolk to take on a Stars’ side who have suffered three straight home defeats.

Jacob Thorssell and Kyle Howarth will return to the side after missing Monday’s trip to the National Speedway Stadium.

And Aussie ace Masters says they are determined to come out on top at the Adrian Flux Arena.

“It was a disappointing result for us at Belle Vue,” Masters said.

“We’ve got a chance to put it behind us pretty quickly at King’s Lynn on Wednesday, and we know we need to get some points.

“We’ll go there and do our best like we always do. We should be back at full strength so we’ll see what happens.

“We had a good win there a few weeks ago in the Cup, so hopefully we can do the same again this time.”

King’s Lynn operate rider replacement to cover for Chris Holder as he serves a 28-day ban, whilst Nicklas Porsing returns from an injury lay-off at reserve.

KING'S LYNN: Troy Batchelor, Thomas Jorgensen, Chris Holder R/R, Kai Huckenbeck, Robert Lambert, Nicklas Porsing, Simon Lambert.
WOLVERHAMPTON: Fredrik Lindgren, Kyle Howarth, Rory Schlein, Jacob Thorssell, Sam Masters, Ellis Perks, Nathan Greaves.

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