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Robson set to return for Hammers

PUBLISHED: 07:53 16 July 2012

Stuart Robson comes into the Lakeside Hammers team at Wolverhampton (Gavin Ellis/TGS)

Stuart Robson comes into the Lakeside Hammers team at Wolverhampton (Gavin Ellis/TGS)

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Elite League clubs hope for action

Elite League, Monday (7.30pm)

Wolverhampton Wolves v Lakeside Hammers

Stuart Robson is set to return for Hammers as they renew their Elite League play-off quest at Monmore Green tonight.

But with rain forecast in the midlands for much of the day, the chances of there being much action this evening appear remote.

Robson comes into the Hammers side as a doubling up rider, while Justin Sedgmen takes the other reserve spot.

And Peter Karlsson, currently on loan at Purfleet, returns to his parent club as Hammers aim to maintain their hold on a top-four spot.

Wolves promoter Chris van Straaten said: “PK is a legend in these parts and he would love to come back here and score plenty of points.

“This promises to be a very entertaining meeting and we’re looking forward to getting back into action after the World Cup break.

“It has all the makings of a hugely entertaining meeting.”

All eyes will be on the skies this morning, though, as Britain’s miserable summer looks set to continue.

Hammers: Davey Watt, Robert Mear, Peter Karlsson, Kim Nilsson, Jonas Davidsson, Justin Sedgmen, Stuart Robson.

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