Sunday July 25, 2021
SKIPPER Rory Schlein is warning his riders to avoid complacency when Belle Vue visit Monmore tomorrow (7.30).

The Aces were stunned by bottom club King’s Lynn with a last gasp defeat in Norfolk on Thursday but Schlein says it’s no time for his team to take the Aces for granted.

It’s the start of a hectic summer for the club as they look at catch up on home fixtures delayed by unworkable crowd restrictions before July 19.

A bumper turnout is expected with plenty of Aces fans ready to make the trip down the M6.

“Their guys ride our track as well as we do theirs,” he said.

“So we’ll have to be on our toes again - we don’t treat anybody differently saying that though.

“It’s a track I think people are starting to like coming to but we’ve got track craft here, we’re starting to dominate towards the end of the nights in particular and as long as we get the ‘W’ we’re after and keep this place a fortress, even if they go home with a consolation, getting the three points is what matters most to us.”

That said, Schlein believes Parrys International Wolves have what it takes to challenge for the title.

“We’re a good side, we gel together really well and that’s what Chris (Van Straaten - promoter) and Pete (Adams - team manager) are very good at,” he said.

“We’re a team that just clicks and we’re enjoying it at the minute.

“Even when we have one or two little issues as a team along the way, we all pull together and we all knuckle down to turn things around.”

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