THE ‘Cases’ Somerset Rebels will look to put last Friday’s home defeat at the hands of Swindon behind them when they welcome the King’s Lynn Stars to the Oaktree Arena tomorrow night (April 28).

This is the return SGB Premiership league fixture between the two sides from when they met at the Adrian Flux Arena at the start of the month, the Norfolk side winning 53-37.

King’s Lynn are normally spearheaded by the duo who won the SGB Premiership Pairs crown at the Oaktree Arena at the end of March – the 2012 world champion Chris Holder, and Robert Lambert.

But with the opening round of Speedway’s World Championship Grand Prix series in Slovenia on Saturday, Holder will be absent, so the Stars have booked Craig Cook, the current Oaktree Arena track record holder, as a guest replacement.

Somerset are rejoined by Patrick Hougaard after the Dane missed last Friday’s home defeat against Swindon, and team boss Garry May hopes his team can bounce back.

May said: “There will be no better way than to put the disappointment of last Friday behind us than by taking it out on the Stars, while at the same time getting revenge for King’s Lynn beating us on their home shale at the beginning of the month.”

“What we need is for the Somerset fans to turn out in force once again to get right behind the boys.”