Friday September 01, 2017
WOLVERHAMPTON ace Sam Masters wants his side to finish their regular league fixtures with a flourish - starting at Leicester tonight (Friday, 7.30).

The Parrys International Wolves head to Beaumont Park later before hosting Swindon and King's Lynn in a home double header at Monmore Green on Monday.

A play-off place is already assured for Wolverhampton, but Masters is keen for his side to head into the all-important end-of-season competition with momentum behind them.

Said Masters: "It was a tough one at Swindon on Thursday, especially for be blowing an engine, but we have to move on to the next one.

"Leicester might be bottom of the league, but that doesn't mean it's going to be easy.

"They've picked up a bit of late and we know they'll want to end at home on a high too.

"But we want to be heading into the play-offs with some good results under our belt and we're looking to take the full four points at Leicester.

"We'd love to win the league again this year and I still think we're more than capable of doing that if we can get a bit of form going again."

The Parrys International Wolves welcome Rory Schlein and Kyle Howarth back to their line-up after missing Thursday's trip to Swindon due to Championship commitments while a late decision will be made on reserve Nathan Greaves after banging his chest in a spill on Thursday.

Leicester have drafted in former Wolves favourite David Howe, who won the league with the Monmore men in 2002, in place of injured German Erik Riss while Berwick's Jye Etheridge stands in for Josh Bates who is on his way to Poland with the Great Britain squad ahead of the World Under-21 Team Cup Final this weekend.

LEICESTER: Kim Nilsson, David Howe, Lasse Bjerre, Pawel Przedpelski R/R, Danny King, Jye Etheridge, Kyle Newman

WOLVERHAMPTON: Freddie Lindgren, Kyle Howarth, Rory Schlein, Jacob Thorssell, Sam Masters, Mark Riss, Nathan Greaves (if fit).

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