Sunday June 09, 2019
WOLVERHAMPTON boss Peter Adams says Monday’s home clash with Peterborough is a must win (7.30).

Parrys International Wolves are aiming to end a run of four straight defeats as they aim to close the gap on their opponents who currently sit in third place.
The Monmore men are at full strength with Kyle Howarth returning to the side after missing last Monday’s fixture at King’s Lynn with a shoulder problem.
Peterborough are forced into three changes with Charles Wright in the Grand Prix qualifier in Germany while Josh Bates and skipper Hans Andersen are ruled out through injury.
Rider replacement will operate for the latter with Michael Palm Toft and Paul Starke standing in as guests.
The Panthers also include seven-times British Champion Scott Nicholls - who ironically started the season with Wolves and did a fine job as injury cover for Jacob Thorssell.
Boss Adams says his side are going to need to battle for every point against a capable Peterborough side.
“It’s going to be a tough match - we would expect nothing less,” Adams said.
“But no matter how tough it’s going to be it’s one we simply have to win.”
Wolves duo Luke Becker and Jacob Thorssell both scored six points apiece in the Grand Prix qualifiers in France and Scotland respectively on Saturday.
WOLVERHAMPTON: Sam Masters, Kyle Howarth, Jacob Thorssell, Nick Morris, Rory Schlein, Ashley Morris, Luke Becker.
PETERBOROUGH: Hans Andersen R/R, Paul Starke, Scott Nicholls, Michael Palm Toft, Rohan Tungate, Aaron Summers, Bradley Wilson-Dean.

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