Published: 08:00, 08 February 2013 |
Updated: 09:43, 10 January 2014
Invicta Dynamos coach Kevin Parrish is eager to win the final encounter with Streatham Redskins when the sides meet for the fourth time.
The Mos currently have the edge, winning two of the three contests so far, in the NIHL South Division 1.
Parrish (pictured) said: "We need to be winning our mini-battles if we want to be moving up the league and we want to win the mini-series 3-1."
His men won the first two games against the Skins, at Silver Blades, but lost the last meeting 8-4.
It was a heated contest which saw both benches cleared as players squared up at Skins’ Brixton venue.
He added: "We took a point from Wightlink last Saturday and there is no reason why we can’t take the two this weekend at Streatham."
Joe Bliss (work), Andy Smith (ill), Callum Fowler (work) and Tim Smith (ribs) are available on Saturday after missing last weekend’s game against Wightlink.
Smith was injured when he received a puck to the ribs in the warm-up, after a shot from Nathaniel Rose cannoned off the post.
One player definitely missing this weekend is Sam Cheema, who suffered delayed concussion and is awaiting the results from a scan.
On Sunday, the Mos are back on home ice, against Bracknell, as they look to maintain their 100% record in NIHL Cup South. Face-off is at 5.15pm.
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