Freddie Lindgren all fired up for Wolverhampton Wolves revenge mission
Wolverhampton skipper Freddie Lindgren says his side need to give it their all when they host Belle Vue at Monmore Green.
The Parrys International Wolves slipped to a frustrating 54-38 defeat away to the Aces on Good Friday, but will be hoping to gain revenge and maintain their unbeaten start at home in the process.
Lindgren said: "We were disappointed with our overall performance at Belle Vue but we have to learn from it and move on. We need everyone right from one to seven to fire on the same night because Belle Vue are tough opposition.
"They always run us close when they come to Monmore so it should be a fantastic meeting for the fans.
"They've been brilliant so far this season and we know we need to step it up for them as well."
Belle Vue are led by current world under-21 champion Max Fricke and are skippered by Great Britain International Craig Cook.
Monmore track specialist Steve Worrall also lines-up for the Aces who include talented teenagers Dan Bewley and Jack Smith at reserve. A bumper crowd is expected and fans are urged to arrive early.
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