I'm looking for references for the rate of escape and return probability for a group of intermediate growth.

Let $0<\alpha < 1$. If the volume growth is $\succeq \mathrm{exp}(n^\alpha)$, then (via isoperimetry, the only reference I have for this is Woess' book) one gets that the return probability $P_{2n}(e,e) \preceq \mathrm{exp}(-n^{\frac{\alpha}{\alpha+2}})$.

Let $0< \beta < 1$. Using entropy and Amir-Virag's paper on the rate of escape (proposition 8), if the volume growth is $\preceq \mathrm{exp}(n^\beta)$, then the rate of escape ($\mathbb{E}(|W_n|)$ where $W_n$ is the time $n$ distribution and $|\cdot|$ is word length) is $\mathbb{E}(|W_n|) \preceq n^{\frac{1+\beta}{2}}$

$\mathbf{Question:}$ Assuming the volume growth is $\succeq \mathrm{exp}(n^\alpha)$ and $\preceq \mathrm{exp}(n^\beta)$ for $0<\alpha < \beta < 1$, is there any other known bound (lower or upper) known for these quantities?

P.S.: It's not possible to improve these upper bounds for exponential growth (i.e. $\alpha = \beta = 1$), and the lower bounds (in this generality) are $\mathrm{exp}(-n)$ (e.g. for a non-amenable group) and $n^{1/2}$ (e.g. for a polycylic group, see above reference).