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Cardiff Devils ended Invicta Dynamos’ 13-game unbeaten run earlier on this season and the Mos head to the Welsh capital on Saturday hoping they don’t do any more damage to their title hopes.
The Devils are well adrift of the Mos, who are chasing leaders Chelmsford for the title but head coach Kevin Parrish remains wary.
“It’s another massive week for us,” said Parrish.
“It’s a long trip and we have to be on our game this time.
“Losing that game against Cardiff before will be on our minds and it will be good to get one back at them.”
The Dynamos return to Kent in the early hours, ahead of a home game against Milton Keynes Thunder on Sunday.
“We should be all right against MK,” said the Mos coach.
The Mos are in good form, having won their last four, including a 3-2 victory over leaders Chelmsford last Sunday.
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