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PREVIEW: PETERBOROUGH v IPSWICH (Prem)

PETERBOROUGH will go top of the Premiership table if they can win tonight’s (Monday) local derby with Ipswich at the East of England Arena.

The Panthers name an unchanged side after three straight victories, including at Foxhall earlier this month. Meanwhile the Witches have Adam Ellis guesting at No.1 for the injured Jason Crump.

Panthers boss Rob Lyon said: “To get 10 points from three meetings was great. It’s still early days, even though it’s a shortened season, but there’s a lot of meetings to come and if we can keep everyone firing in the team then who knows what we can achieve?

“Ipswich put together a very strong team but have seen three riders ruled out through injury and I wish them all the very best in their recovery.”

Witches manager Ritchie Hawkins said: “We have had 10 days off which came at a great time for us. We need to come back from the break refreshed and hopefully we will be back to a full team soon and ready to go again.

“Peterborough have made a decent start to the season and obviously won at our place and drew at Belle Vue. However, they have lost at home this year.

“I think the season will be a little bit like that, people taking points off everyone. It is a place we go very well at, and we need to be looking to go there and win.”

PETERBOROUGH: Bjarne Pedersen, Hans Andersen, Michael Palm Toft, Scott Nicholls, Chris Harris, Jordan Palin, Ulrich Ostergaard.
IPSWICH: Adam Ellis, Paul Starke, Danny King, Jake Allen, Craig Cook, Anders Rowe, Drew Kemp.