Patryk Dudek can give Zmarzlik a race in Gorzow
Poles could prove hard to beat on home shale
Poland Gorzow Grand Prix
BT Sport 3, 5.45pm Saturday
It's hard to see past hometown hero Bartosz Zmarzlik in Gorzow, though at a much bigger price it's also worth considering his compatriot Patryk Dudek in round seven of the Speedway Gramd Prix season.
World number five Zmarzlik has been in sizzling form, averaging more than 15 points in the last three contests.
The Cardiff hero won four heats in Malilla two weeks ago before being disqualified in his semi-final and produced a flawless 16-point haul for Vetlanda in Elitserien action on Tuesday. Gorzow is the Pole’s home shale so he has plenty in his favour.
But Dudek should be a threat. The Poles tend to do well in front of their own fans in conditions they know best and Dudek, with four semis this season and one final, has been knocking on the door.
The man they still have to catch is Tai Woffinden and he also likes Gorzow having won on the track last year.
Woffy missed out on a final place in Malilla, the first time this season he hasn’t qualified for the last four, but still leads Freddie Lindgren by 17 points and the Swede picked up an injury riding for his club side last week.
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