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POLES TAKE CZECH TEST IN PRAGUE

Polish stars Jaroslaw Hampel, Tomasz Gollob and Krzysztof Kasprzak get a preview of the Marketa Stadium circuit in a Czech test tonight.

12 / 06 / 2013, 11:31

Polish SGP stars Jaroslaw Hampel, Tomasz Gollob and Krzysztof Kasprzak get a sneak preview of the Marketa Stadium circuit tonight when they face the Czech Republic in a test meeting.

The riders will hope to return with their country for the Monster Energy FIM Speedway World Cup Race Off and Final on July 18 and 20.

The Czechs are already seeded into the Final and the Poles will hope to join them by winning Event 1 at Czestochowa on July 13, which sees them come up against Australia, Russia and Latvia.

Former World Under-21 champion Maciej Janowski, the red-hot Adrian Miedzinski and juniors Patryk Dudek and Piotr Pawlicki complete the Polish one-to-seven.

The Czechs are spearheaded by SGP first reserve Ales Dryml, who lines up in the Gorzow SGP on Saturday in place of the injured Darcy Ward.

He is joined by former Czech SGP wild cards Josef Franc and Matej Kus. World Under-21 finalist Vaclav Milik, Zdenek Simota, Tomas Suchanek, Roman Cejka and Jan Jaros complete an eight-man side.

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