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King’s Lynn Stars name unchanged line-up ahead of Elite League trip to Wolverhampton Wolves

06:30 23 April 2012

King’s Lynn Stars will be hoping for better weather as they look to continue their Elite League campaign at Wolverhampton Wolves tonight.

A host of speedway meetings across England - including the Stars’ clash with Belle Vue Aces at the Norfolk Arena on Wednesday - fell foul of the rain last week. But Rob Lyon’s men will be hoping for some track time this evening as they look to build on their first away point of the season gained in their last meeting at Coventry Bees.

Lyon has named an unchanged line-up for the trip to Monmore Green as Lynn come up against a side who have had three less meetings than them this season.

Stars’ number one Niels-Kristian Iversen returns to a former track and will be looking to keep up his stunning early-season form that has seen him win every heat one he has competed in.

Wolverhampton: 1 Freddie Lindgren, 2 Pontus Aspgren (R/R), 3 Nicolai Klindt, 4 Ty Proctor, 5 Tai Woffinden, 6 Ricky Wells, 7 Lukasz Sowka.

Lynn: 1 Niels-Kristian Iversen, 2 Daniel Nermark, 3 Mads Korneliussen, 4 Jordan Frampton, 5 Maciej Janowski, 6 Kevin Wolbert, 7 Dakota North

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