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  1. Col

    Birmingham Brummies 2020

    Agertoft would be a poor signing even at reserve. Better British riders on lower averages are surely available.
  2. Only commenting on what I've seen.
  3. Couldn't make it to Leicester last night sadly. Looks like the tie is well balanced before the second leg. Leicester favourites but the heat 15 5-1 for Glasgow gives them hope.
  4. Would be very surprised if MJJ is not back at Smederna.
  5. No problem weather wise in Leicester today?
  6. Razza Jensen was pants at Owlerton. Ayres rode like an idiot guesting for Birmingham, name another rider who gets warned at the start for rolling then excluded for rolling again in the rerun. My 2019 riders. The whole Leszno team (Excepting Kurtz & Hampel) visiting Czestochowa. Humiliated Madsen, Lindgren & Zagar et al on their home shale. Wroclaw were not far behind on doing the same thing. Becker & Lebedevs at SoN semi, Belle Vue. Mixed it with the stars on show, real spoilers. Both have impressed on TV. Erik Riss at Perry Barr. In a class of his own. Charles Wright is a proper late bloomer. James Shanes, just for his gutsy performance against Eastbourne at Perry Barr. More passes on one night than I saw on the TV during 6 Premiership playoff matches. Ellis Perks gets a mention, was great for Leicester at Perry Barr. Awful as a Brummies guest previously. His heart if not his speed were enough to subdue any Ipswich silverware hopes.
  7. Col

    Birmingham Brummies 2020

    Is it? Huge chunk out of whatever the team building limit is. To similar in my opinion, neither can be relied upon to make a date when it matters. Great entertainers though.
  8. Col

    Birmingham Brummies 2020

    As stated I was taking the figures from the latest GSA's on the BSPA site, that seemed more upto date (1/10) than the averages section (06/09).
  9. Col

    Birmingham Brummies 2020

    I'm not sure who would infuriate me more on my visits to Perry Barr. Harris for missing the gate or Paco (if resigned) for not moving off the curb.
  10. Col

    Ipswich 2020

    He had a Witch on his chest, that makes it his home track regardless of how often he has ridden there. More importantly he is not facing any riders who would consider themselves Foxhall their home track.
  11. Iversen to Smederna according to Facebook.
  12. Col

    Ipswich 2020

    He was leading both heats when they were stopped and rerun. I'd consider that unlucky, that said for a rider of his calibre he should be scoring more at home.
  13. Col

    Ipswich 2020

    Not sure they could have done much worse. NKI going through the tapes in heat 1 at Swindon was the end of any potential (however unlikely) Ipswich fight back however unlucky he was in the first leg.
  14. Col

    Birmingham Brummies 2020

    Harris's average is 8.65 according to GSA Issue 33 1.10.19 on BSPA site. The only riders with higher averages are Masters (9.14), Cook (10.49), Wright (9.38), E Riss (8.84), King (8.95) & Schlein (8.69). Would think Erik Riss a great signing fro the Brummies, he was untouchable on his one visit to Perry Barr last year, but with Garrity already signed that team might be top heavy. With Shanes & Morris it adds up to 35.75. I do think that the rules insisting that the rider with the highest average has to be at #1, I'd always rather than the best rider in a team at #5 as they have 3 rides with a reserve.

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