Shields in, Pedersen out, Kennett out
LEE Richardson returns to the Great Britain side, as Nicki Pedersen misses out for the Danes.Indeed Great Britain, Denmark and Australia have all made team changes for the World Cup Race-Off at Leszno.
LEE Richardson returns to the Great Britain side, as Nicki Pedersen misses out for the Danes.
Indeed Great Britain, Denmark and Australia have all made team changes for the World Cup Race-Off at Leszno.
GB boss Rob Lyon has called up Lee Richardson to replace Edward Kennett from the side that finished third in Event Two at Peterborough on Monday night.
The Danes have made two changes, with Hans Andersen fit to return after missing Event One at Vojens on Saturday with a hand injury, and Patrick Hougaard also given the nod ahead of Bjarne Pedersen, who is left out.
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Nicki Pedersen is also missing through injury but says he could ride in Saturday's Final if the Danes come through tonight's meeting.
And Aussie boss Craig Boyce has also brought in Adam Shields to replace Ryan Sullivan, who scored only seven points in Monday's meeting at the East of England Showground.
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DENMARK (red): Patrick Hougaard, Nicolai Klindt, Niels-Kristian Iversen, Hans Andersen, Kenneth Bjerre.
AUSTRALIA (blue): Davey Watt, Adam Shields, Leigh Adams, Chris Holder, Jason Crump.
GREAT BRITAIN (white): Chris Harris, Lee Richardson, Lewis Bridger, Daniel King, Tai Woffinden.
SWEDEN (yellow): Antonio Lindback, David Ruud, Fredrik Lindgren, Jonas Davidsson, Andreas Jonsson.