King's Lynn Stars boss looking for positivity in Premiership clash at Ipswich
Team boss Peter Schroeck says King’s Lynn need to be positive when they head to Ipswich tonight (7.30pm).
The Poultec Stars have picked up one point from their previous two visits to Foxhall in 2019.
And they'll will travel to Suffolk at full strength hoping that Great Britain racer Craig Cook will be able to repeat the heroics from his previous visit to the circuit, where he scored 13 points for Glasgow in the Championship last September.
Ipswich will once again be without Aussie reserve Jake Allen with Kyle Howarth coming in as a guest. Edward Kennett makes his home debut for the Witches after scoring four points at Lynn on Monday.
Stars’ boss Schroeck said: “Ipswich are unbeaten from their four home meetings so we will have to see if we can turn the tables on them.
"Anything is possible we just have to go there, be positive, and get stuck in and see what happens.
“I think it will be another evenly matched meeting, Edward Kennett is a superb rider – who I have worked with for quite a few years and he is a small track rider.
“They have got a good setup at Ipswich with Danny King, Chris Harris and Kennett – who have known each other for many, many years which is worth a few points as well, but we will go there and see what happens.”
Ipswich Witches: Richard Lawson, Edward Kennett, Chris Harris, Kyristian Pieszczek, Danny King, Kyle Howarth, Cameron Heeps.
Lynn Stars: Robert Lambert, Michael Palm Toft, Ty Proctor, Thomas Jorgensen, Craig Cook, Lewis Kerr, Simon Lambert.