Freddie Lindgren wants to stay unbeaten

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Freddie Lindgren is desperate to see Wolverhampton Wolves speedway maintain their unbeaten record ahead of their mouth-watering clash with Poole at Monmore Green tonight (7.30pm).

The Parrys International Wolves have stormed to three wins out of three to kick-off their campaign, but face their toughest test of the season so far against the Pirates.

Lindgren, who has been back to his brilliant best form so far this season, knows they will need to be at their best to come out on top.

With the return fixture at Wimborne Road also fast approaching on Wednesday, he is keen to see them maintain their confident start to the season in what is a big week.

Lindgren said: "We are very happy with the start we've had at Wolves, we are still unbeaten and we want to keep it that way.

"We have tougher tests ahead, and the meetings against Poole are definitely going to be difficult, but we have been riding well so far and we are feeling good.

"We had a good first home meeting against Lakeside, so we'd like to think we can come out on top around our home track.

"With the way our away form has been we'll be aiming to get something from the away fixture."

Meanwhile, Poole have drafted in Lewis Kerr at reserve as a late replacement for Kyle Newman, who has been ruled out due to illness.

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