DANNY Ford admits he is pleased to have Pirates’ first-choice septet available as they launch a busy run of fixtures and insists: “There is nothing quite like putting your full-strength team out.”

Poole last week delivered a convincing victory over Wolves despite only being able to call on six riders for 14 heats following Jack Holder’s heat-one crash.

Aussie charger Holder suffered a groin injury from the collision with the air fence in the opening lap of last Monday’s 51-39 triumph at Wimborne Road.

He sat out the rest of the meeting on the advice of a doctor, however, after not riding for Swedish side Vastervik on Tuesday, the Pirates number one has recovered and is set to race for the Dorset outfit at Wolverhampton tomorrow (7.30pm).

And co-promoter Ford welcomed the news that Holder would be available to ensure Poole could utilise their complete line-up.

Ford told the Daily Echo: “It is always nice to put out your full one-to-seven. We have not had it too many times this season.

“We hoped to have it last time out but Jack had the nasty spill. It gave him a few problems with his leg but, thankfully, it was not too serious.

“There is nothing quite like putting your full-strength team out.

“Guests can have an impact but more often than not you are better putting out your full-strength team.

“It has been a shame we have not been able to do it too many times this season but, hopefully, now we can start putting them out.”

He added: “The lads all have a great relationship, so, hopefully, we can build upon that and start getting positive results with our full one-to-seven.”

Poole’s trip to Wolves starts a stretch of six SGB Premiership meetings in 18 days.

The reigning Premiership champions sit fourth after securing 15 points from their opening eight fixtures.

And Ford backs Pirates to pick up a sizeable haul over the next three weeks.

“This season has been a bit fractured so far in terms of fixtures but now we can have some normality back in the schedule, with meetings home and away,” said Ford.

“I have not got massive complaints with any of the performances so far this season.

“When we have not performed there have been reasons with us missing a few riders.

“Now we have a full-strength team we can go out and show what we can do and get some good points.”

On the meeting at Monmore Green, Ford said: “Wolves is a tricky track with it being very technical.

“Some of the boys go really well round there, some of them not quite so well but, hopefully, we can put in a good team performance.”

Wolves have Max Clegg on standby for Ashley Morris, who is struggling with a wrist injury.