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PREVIEW: KING’S LYNN v PETERBOROUGH (Prem)

KING’S Lynn host Peterborough in the A47 derby at the Adrian Flux Arena tonight (Monday).

The Panthers are still to get off the mark in their title defence, but ran the Stars close in the League Cup last month only to be beaten by a sensational Heat 15 5-1 from Josh Pickering and Niels-Kristian Iversen.

The hosts are at full strength as they go for back-to-back home wins, whilst the visitors give a debut to Jordan Jenkins, who has taken a Rising Star berth and is preferred to Jordan Palin on this occasion.

Stars boss Alex Brady said: “Things have been going well, and with Peterborough on Monday and then Ipswich home and away, hopefully by the middle of June it will be quite rosy for us.

“There’s a long way to go until October, where we hope to be still racing, but so far so good!

“I think we’re starting to see the green shoots of what we tried to put into place over the winter with team spirit and so on with the results we’ve had this year.”

Panthers manager Rob Lyon said: “These are two important meetings for us this week.

“We’re gunning for King’s Lynn on Monday, and we need to win that one if we possibly can, and get our season on track.

“Then we have Wolverhampton at home on Thursday, so there are seven points up for grabs and we want all seven if we can get hold of them.”

KING’S LYNN: Josh Pickering, Thomas Jorgensen, Richard Lawson, Lewis Kerr, Niels-Kristian Iversen, Richie Worrall, Jack Thomas.
PETERBOROUGH: Michael Palm Toft, Scott Nicholls, Hans Andersen, Ulrich Ostergaard, Chris Harris, Benjamin Basso, Jordan Jenkins.