Polish speedway league Odds
The Speedway Ekstraliga is the top division of motorcycle speedway in Poland. It has been called the "richest and most popular speedway league in the world" and attracts riders from all over the world. The Ekstraliga has the highest average attendances for any sport in Poland.
Lineups for the season 2017 are ready, and the players slowly begin to prepare for the new season. A few months even though it elapsed before speedway motorcycles. It is time, however, to examine the possibility of teams that have managed to create in the individual clubs PGE Ekstraligi.
Alun Rossiter fears red tape in Poland could scupper the possibility of bringing Peter Kildemand back to the Swindon Robins in 2017. Rossiter is in the tentative stages of putting his roster together for next year’s Elite League campaign, having already tied down skipper Jason Doyle, although no firm decisions can be made on recruitment until the conclusion of the British Speedway Promoters Association’s annual general meeting today.
Kildemand is a possible candidate to fill another spot in the Robins’ septet, the Dane having been in the team from 2012 to 2014 as well as the tail-end of the 2015 campaign.
Condident promoter Matt Ford admits he will be shocked if Krzysztof Kasprzak does not wrestle away Jason Doyle’s crown as the top rider in British speedway after announcing the Polish star as Pirates’ fourth signing for 2017. Poole asset Kasprzak has taken his place in the Wimborne Road septet on an 11.07 average and will bid not only for a fourth league title in the skull and crossbones but also an improvement in the rider rankings.
The 32-year-old was fifth in the averages last season with just Grand Prix stars Doyle, Niels-Kristian Iversen, Chris Holder and Andreas Jonsson above him.
A meeting with supporters activists ROW-in Rybnik announced the signing of contracts with four players. The interest was huge. Club hall was bursting at the seams. It came to this, that the meeting had to be moved to the clubhouse balcony! Finally, no surprise, however, was not. New faces are Tobiasz Musielak (from Fogo Unia Leszno) and Fredrik Lindgren (from Lokomotiv Daugavpils). The extension of the contracts determined the other hand, Rafał Szombierski and Damian Baliński. Thus ROW finished building a squad for 2017 years. The club has in its six seniors (including three foreigners). Compared with the 2016 season the team left Andreas Jonsson, Rune Holta and Troy Batchelor (drove in only one match).
31-year-old Lindgren comes from Lokomotiv Daugavpils, who won the Nice PLZ. The Swede was in Latvia, one of the leaders. He went there for the season 2015, because in 2014, along with Coast dropped from first league and lower league wanted to rebuild form. Now back to the top division in Poland. In turn, the 23-year-old Musielak from the beginning of his career started in Fogo Unia Leszno, where he was even a captain. This year we drove below expectations.