WOLVERHAMPTON will only have one of their regular seven riders available when they visit Swindon tomorrow night.
With world champion Tai Woffinden injured, Piotr Pawlicki sacked at the beginning of the week and Lasse Bjerre, Jacob Thorssell, Peter Karlsson and Joe Jacobs unavailable, Tom Perry is the only regular Wolves rider in action.
Michael Palm Toft of Belle Vue rides at number one for the men from Monmore Green, with Cam Woodward and Timo Lahti of Eastbourne also drafted in along with Swindon asset Justin Sedgman.
Max Clegg is in at reserve, with rider replacement used for Pawlicki.
A victory could move the Robins back into the play-off places, with Swindon boss Alun Rossiter determined to make the best of things despite acknowledging far from ideal circumstances surrounding the meeting.
“It’s bitterly disappointing that Wolves are so under strength, and it doesn’t do anybody any favours really.
"It’s an unfortunate situation, but we’ve just to get on with our job, and concentrate on making sure we come away with a big three points to help us make the play-offs."