WOLVERHAMPTON and Peterborough can both climb the Premiership table with positive results from tonight’s (Monday) re-arranged fixture at Monmore Green.
Wolves have taken points in all but two of their league matches this season, and a win will take them into the top three.
Meanwhile the Panthers, whose results have improved considerably of late, will move off the bottom if they can avoid defeat.
However, the visitors are still without injured duo Michael Palm Toft and Scott Nicholls, and they bring in Richie Worrall to guest with rider replacement covering for Palm Toft.
Wolves skipper Sam Masters said: ““Every meeting this year seems tough. They always seem to be going right down to the end with something to play for either way – I’m sure that’s good for the fans but I wouldn’t mind a comfortable meeting at some point really!
“Peterborough built a very similar team to last year which was killing it and won the league.
“Everybody knows they’ve got riders who are track specialists at Wolves if you like so we’re going to have to be on our game.”
Panthers boss Rob Lyon said: “We’re now finishing the full quota of first round matches away from home, but there’s a long way to go and we’re still capable of getting up there into the play-off positions.
“We’ve put ourselves in a better position psychologically, confidence is back in the team, and hopefully we can kick on. It would be nice to get a full seven-man team again.”
WOLVERHAMPTON: Sam Masters, Steve Worrall, Luke Becker, Ryan Douglas, Nick Morris, Drew Kemp, Leon Flint.
PETERBOROUGH: Michael Palm Toft R/R, Ulrich Ostergaard, Hans Andersen, Richie Worrall, Chris Harris, Benjamin Basso, Jordan Palin.