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King's Lynn Stars at Peterborough tonight




Peter Schroeck hopes King’s Lynn supporters will turn out in big numbers when the Poultec Stars travel to Peterborough tonight (5pm).

The Norfolk side secured a well-earned draw on their last visit to the East of England Arena in April, and the second fixture between the two sides is set to be another tasty encounter.

Panthers have recent signing Scott Nicholls in their line-up, while Josh Bates is a major doubt for the home side after crashing at Leicester.

King's Lynn Stars team manager Peter Schroeck.. (8643502)
King's Lynn Stars team manager Peter Schroeck.. (8643502)

The visitors, meanwhile, will use rider replacement for Erik Riss – who suffered a broken collarbone against Poole, while Cameron Heeps comes in as a guest for Lewis Kerr after the Norfolk racer crashed out of Eastbourne’s Championship fixture against Berwick on Saturday.

Poultec Stars boss Schroeck said: “It is going to be a tasty fixture; I think some of our riders are in a much better place now compared to when we went there last time.

“We will be using the rider replacement facility in place of Erik Riss on Monday – which means the likes of Michael Palm Toft could be in for a busy evening.

“We have had time to regroup over the last week and we will do our best at Peterborough, I am hoping that plenty of people will come along to support the boys as we look for more Premiership points.”

Peterborough Panthers: Hans Andersen, Bradley Wilson-Dean, Scott Nicholls, Charles Wright, Rohan Tungate, Aaron Summers, Josh Bates.

King's Lynn Stars: Robert Lambert, Erik Riss R/R, Ty Proctor, Cameron Heeps, Thomas Jorgensen, Michael Palm Toft, Kasper Andersen.



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