Wednesday June 09, 2021
PETERBOROUGH look to build on Monday’s win over rivals King’s Lynn when they head to Ipswich on Thursday (7.30).

Rob Lyon’s men gave a rock solid all-round team performance at the Showground and head into the trip to Foxhall in a buoyant mood.

Ipswich are without three key riders in Jason Crump, Jordan Stewart and Cameron Heeps and after a flying start to the season are facing an injury crisis.

Crendon Panthers skipper Scott Nicholls said: “We go to Ipswich and look for similar form to what we showed on Monday.

“It was a great night and a fine performance from all the boys. I was pleased to stay unbeaten because I’ve not had a lot of speed around Peterborough at times but everything fell into place for me.

“Ipswich is a track I know well and with all our experience we have all, apart from Jordan Palin, gone well around there at one time or another.

“It would be a massive result for us if we could go there and get a result.”

Panthers are back at the Showground on Monday when they face Wolverhampton in a mouthwatering prospect with more Premiership points on the line.

Tickets are on sale now with fans urged to get along and get behind the side against a powerhouse West Midlands outfit.

PETERBOROUGH: Bjarne Pedersen, Hans Andersen, Michael Palm Toft, Scott Nicholls, Chris Harris, Jordan Palin, Ulrich Ostergaard.

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