||Last Updated: Apr 7th, 2016 - 08:17:16
WOLVERHAMPTON will look to make it two wins out of two to start their Elite League campaign as they travel to Swindon on Thursday (7.30).
The Parrys International Wolves claimed a sensational win at Coventry in their season-opener last Friday before seeing their home clash with the Robins washed out on Monday.
They will now travel to Wiltshire aiming to build on their dream start to the season and add to their Elite League points tally.
Skipper Freddie Lindgren is anticipating a stern test at a track where they have generally struggled in recent years – but he hopes to see them put in another strong performance.
Lindgren said: “We’ve struggled at Swindon in the past, but we are going there feeling good after that win in our first meeting.
“We know it’s going to be a really tough match, it’s a track where we haven’t always done particularly well, but I think the team we have this year can do well.”
Wolves are without star reserve Kyle Howarth due to a meeting for Premier League side Sheffield, but they have drafted in former Swindon rider Steve Worrall as a guest.
Meanwhile, Swindon are at full strength with their all-Australian top five featuring Grand Prix star Jason Doyle and talented young gun Nick Morris.
SWINDON: Jason Doyle, Justin Sedgmen, Josh Grajczonek, Rohan Tungate, Nick Morris, Stefan Nielsen, Charles Wright.
WOLVERHAMPTON: Joonas Kylmakorpi, Sam Masters, Jacob Thorssell, Freddie Lindgren, Mikkel Bech, Max Clegg, Steve Worrall.
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