‘Now is the time to get it right’

The Peterborough Evening Telegraph - - Sport -

Panthers cap­tain Ul­rich Os-ter­gaard is con­fi­dent the club canget it right in the Premier League run-in.

The city side have five meet­ings re­main­ing in the reg­u­lar sea­son, start­ing with a re­venge mis­sion against New­cas­tle to­mor­row night (Fri­day, 7.30pm).

And the Dan­ish ace will be more de­ter­mined than most to put on a show against the Di­a­monds af­ter en­dur­ing a per­sonal dis­as­ter in a 59-34 loss at Brough Park last Sun­day.

He ad­mit­ted: “I just want to for­get about what hap­pened at New­cas­tle and make sure I move on by pro­duc­ing good per­for­mances for the rest of the sea­son.

“To crash, touch the tapes and then suf­fer bike trou­ble all in the same meet­ing was re­ally dis­ap­point­ing.

“It was a bad night for me, and a bad night of the club, but we all need to put it right in the meet­ings we have left.

“In the­ory four meet­ings at home should be ideal to help us get into the play-offs, but we all know our home form has not been good enough. Now is the time to get it right in some re­ally im­por­tant meet­ings.

“We’ve per­formed bet­ter at night than in the af­ter­noon meet­ings, so hope­fully the fact that New­cas­tle is a 7.30pm and Red­car on Mon­day is at 7pm will work in our favour.”

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