Invicta Dynamos face a weekend on the road as they look to secure second place in NIHL1 South.
On Saturday they travel to Oxford City Stars before making the trip to face MK Thunder the following day.
Dynamos have won just one of their three league games against the Stars this season, but they have fared much better against Thunder winning all three previous meetings.
Champions Chelmsford Chieftains play at Bracknell Hornets on Saturday and return to home ice on Sunday for the reverse fixture.
Third-placed Wightlink Raiders host Thunder on Saturday before welcoming London Raiders to the island on Sunday.
Jeremy Cornish’s team have lost once to Thunder this term, while victory against the Raiders would complete a clean sweep over the season.
A four-point weekend for Streatham Redksins against Solent Devils and Cardiff Devils NIHL would guarantee the D1S Cup finalists fourth spot in the league.
The big game in D2S is on Sunday as Peterborough Islanders host Chelmsford Warriors. The two teams met last weekend with the Warriors securing a comfortable 8-3 victory.
Chelmsford Chieftains v Bracknell Hornets
Oxford City Stars v Invicta Dynamos
Solent Devils v Streatham Redskins
Wightlink Raiders v MK Thunder
MK Thunder v Invicta Dynamos
Solent Devils v Oxford City Stars
Streatham Redksins v Cardiff Devils NIHL
Wightlink Raiders v London Raiders
Invicta Mustangs v Peterborough Islanders
Slough Jets v Haringey Racers
Peterborough Islanders v Chelmsford Warriors
Swindon Wildcats NIHL v Basingstoke Buffalo
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