Rob Lyon’s King’s Lynn Roger Warnes Transport Stars travel to fellow Elite League play-off contenders Wolverhampton on Monday aiming to complete a quick double.
The Stars pulled off a 10 point win over Wolves last Wednesday at home, and Lyon wants more of the same on Monday.
He said: “It was a tight meeting on Wednesday, really, but the boys pulled away mid-match and gave us a bit of a cushion. We need to continue that form on Monday and try to pick something up at their place. It won’t be easy as they are unbeaten at home this season, but a win is achievable.”
Lyon has kept his side unchanged as his main body remains with Niels-Kristian Iversen, Kenneth Bjerre and captain Rory Schlein taking heat leader spaces ahead of Nicklas Porsing and Robert Lambert, who continues to impress for the Stars.
Former Wolves man Ashley Morris is set for a return to his old track and he will be determined to impress when he rides at number six with Lewis Kerr riding at number seven.
Home side Wolverhampton Parrys International Wolves have made one change from last Wednesday’s meeting with rider replacement in operation for the injured Tobiasz Musielak, but number one Freddie Lindgren remains a doubt after he crashed in a European Championship qualification meeting on Saturday.
Wolves: 1 Fredrik Lindgren, 2 Jacob Thorssell, 3 Tobiasz Musielak (R/R), 4 Ricky Wells, 5 Peter Karlsson (C), 6 Lewis Blackbird, 7 Josh Bates.
Stars: 1 Niels K Iversen, 2 Robert Lambert, 3 Rory Schlein (C), 4 Niklas Porsing, 5 Kenneth Bjerre, 6 Ashley Morris, 7 Lewis Kerr.