Friday June 10, 2022
PETERBOROUGH favourite Ulrich Ostergaard says he and his team-mates are working overtime to solve the issues which have plagued their Premiership title defence.

Crendon Panthers have lost all five of their league matches so far, with Ostergaard one of several riders who have been unable to replicate their form of 2021.

Another chance to put things right at Monmore Green last Monday was lost when the meeting was abandoned due to track conditions, and all eyes are now on this Monday’s home clash with Sheffield.

Ostergaard said: "It's been a really frustrating time for everyone at the club. We are all trying to turn things around, but it's tough to put a finger on what's gone wrong.

“None of us have become bad riders overnight, but for some reason we can't get going and with so few teams in the league we can't afford to be losing too many more meetings if we are to make the play-offs.

“A few of the boys are having troubles with engines and we have had a few things go against us so far, but we are all trying to put the problems behind us.

“The fans are still right behind us, and we thank them for their backing.”

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