Well its advantage Flyers for both of these games as we are the team coming into them with all the confidence in the world having won 7 of our last 10 games and Clan coming into it with little or no confidence as they have only won 2 of their last 10 games and those have been against Edinburgh and a Nottingham team that Neil Black could probably have told to go and lie over and get their tummies tickled so that Clan could get good PR and increase their crowds.
Clans recent form also includes blowing a three goal lead against a team we put 6 past.
They are in no way gimme games and we will have to work for both the wins but this weekend is all about us and our future is in our hands. Just as it was going into the last game of last season
The key to these games is absolute discipline, and not giving away any silly opportunities. Ideally, if we can win on Saturday, and hope that Coventry beat Cardiff, and Sheffield beat Hull, both in regulation, then it's party time on Sunday.
Have to be honest, if you'd given me the chance, back in Jan/Feb that if we won our final 2 games, we'd be looking at potentially 6th, 7th or 8th, I'd have snapped your hand off right there and then!
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