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Wolves look to shoot down Archers

Wolves will look to continue their push for the WBBL play-offs when they host Cardiff Met Archers on Saturday, tip-off 6pm. Tickets are available here 

It's a must-win game for Lee Ryan's team as they look to follow up last week's 13-point victory against play-off rivals Durham. It's a tight battle for the three final places in the post-season with the team from sixth down fighting for a spot in the season's climax, but Archers look highly unlikely to join the party as they are currently bottom of the table and winless after 14 games.

Wolves visited the Welsh capital on the opening day of the season and returned home with a 79-55 victory. Ri Thompson led the way that day with an 18-point, 11-rebound double-double, adding six assists for good measure. Claire Abbott added 13 points, including three triples, before then coaching Wolves Academy to a 74-65 victory against Archers II. 

Haylee Saur leads Archers with 17.2 points and 8.7 rebounds, total that includes 15 points in their 95-19 home loss against champions-elect London Lion, and she was the Welsh side's sole representative in the All-Star game. 

Doors open at 5.30pm on Saturday, make sure you're there to cheer on the Wolves!

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