WEYMOUTH Wildcats co-promoter Martin Peters is expecting his team’s ‘home’ meeting with Plymouth Demons at Plymouth’s St Boniface Arena to be a “weird” occasion.

The Wildcats contest their home fixtures at Plymouth’s track and will be up against Paul Bowen, who rode for Weymouth against Kent last week, plus Kenny Atkins, who rode against Weymouth for Kent.

Peters said: “It will be weird, but they are going into it the same as we are. It will be interesting.

Weymouth welcome back captain Kenny Bowdery to their line-up, while Chris Bambury and James Chattin join Russell Barnett, who keeps his place from last week.

“It’s going to be a little bit harder but I think we have got a team that will push them all the way. With Kenny riding as well it gives us an ex-National League rider,” Peters said.

Meanwhile, Peters’ son Sam's latest British Youth Championships action at Belle Vue culminated in three third-place finishes.

And Peters said Sam was the “keenest” he’d ever seen him during the meeting.

“He rode really, really well and was keen to get back out and get his next race under his belt. It was the keenest I’ve ever seen him.

“He deserved the three points he got. He did really well, it’s an improvement,” he said.