Newspaper article Manchester Evening News

Aces Keen to Nail Hammers Again

Newspaper article Manchester Evening News

Aces Keen to Nail Hammers Again

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THE Belle Vue Aces are pumped up for the rescheduled second leg of their play-off semi-final against Lakeside Hammers tonight after heavy rain washed out the original fixture on Monday.

Carrying an eight-point lead from their visit to Arena Essex last week, the home team are targeting a big win at the National Speedway Stadium to see them through to the grand final.

Unfortunately, this new date means they will again be without resident Australian Max Fricke, whose services are required in Denmark. The club has called on former Ace Patrick Hougaard to guest.

With the aggregate scores standing at 49-41 in Belle Vue's favour, Hougaard could prove a crucial choice of guest, while Lakeside have brought in Robert Lambert for injured No. …

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