Weekend three is upon us and the Spring Cup is already starting to look interesting, if the games played so far are anything to go by.
For Telford Tigers and Bees, it’s their second weekend of games and after their opening couple of games, have contrasting form already.
So let’s take a look at how the numbers affect each team before they go head to head in another fascinating double header:
New players for Telford Tigers, brought in from the Elite League, who scored last weekend. Tigers netted eight over their two meetings with Raiders
Penalty minutes picked up Telford Tigers in their two games against Raiders last weekend
Number of games in a row Bees have beaten Telford going into this weekend’s meetings. They won three of their four meetings in 2019/20.
Top points scorer for each team has three on the board so far. Ross Venus (Telford) has a goal and two assists while Lewis Hook (Bees) has three apples and yet to find the net himself.
Average number of goals per game in the four meetings between the clubs last season, with each game yielding no less than five goals.
Bees’ Dominik Gabaj picked up seven points for the team formerly based in Bracknell, scoring four and assisting in three
Points difference between the two teams in the National League table last season, with Telford finishing top on 73 points while Bees ended up just outside the play-offs on 45 points.
Telford scored the only shorthanded goal between the teams in last season’s series