Play-off outsiders King’s Lynn Town host fellow top-four hopefuls Lakeside Hammers again
Lynn host Lakeside Hammers again this evening a week after the pair locked horns in a Norfolk Arena thriller.
Great racing, nasty spills and controversial decisions littered the clash – which was marred by a serious heat 15 injury to Peter Karlsson.
Play-off outsiders Lynn, chasing Lakeside in fourth, won 48-42 but will need to extend that margin of victory by at least one this evening to keep their top-four destiny in their own hands.
If Lynn win all of their remaining four meetings, starting this evening, they will finish on 47 points. Only Lakeside, who would pick up nothing tonight if they lose by seven or more, can get the same score. It would then come down to points difference.
Tai Woffinden guests again for the banned Niels-Kristian Iversen while Young Stars rider Lewis Kerr replaces the injured Kozza Smith.
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Lynn: 1 Tai Woffinden (guest), 2 Lasse Bjerre, 3 Mads Korneliussen, 4 Richie Worrall, 5 Rory Schlein, 6 Nicklas Porsing, 7 Lewis Kerr (G)
Lakeside: 1 Chris Harris (G), 2 Rider/replacement, 3 Davey Watt, 4 Lewis Bridger, 5 Piotr Swiderski, 6 Tyson Nelson, 7 Richard Lawson
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