SWINDON Wildcats chief Aaron Nell has set his sights on another four-point weekend as they take on Telford Tigers and Bracknell Bees in the NIHL Cup.

Victory over London Raiders and Cardiff Fire last weekend regained some confidence within the Wildcats’ camp after an inconsistent string of results.

So far, the Cats have been successful against Telford Tigers on all four of the previous occasions they have met so far but Nell remains wary of the visitors, who have made some solid additions to their roster in recent week.

Scott McKenzie and Adam Jones have both been added to the Shropshire side’s line-up as they to further strengthen their options.

“It’s another very tough weekend for us and what we have done this year is play really well in the cup competitions,” said the Wildcats player-coach.

“We have stepped up our game in the cup so we are looking forward to it and they’re two good teams that we have to play against.

“Telford are much improved since the last time we played them and they are going to be two important games.

“They signed some big players and they are a good team. We have had some success against them this season but they were close games and could have gone either way.

“Saturday should be a good test for us.”

Swindon have an unbeaten record in the NIHL Cup so far, something which Nell isn’t willing to let go this weekend.

“The plan is to go out there and protect our unbeaten cup record. We have been okay so far this season in the cups and we want to continue that,” he added.

In a week which has seen the club announce the departure of both Toms Rutkis and Sam Zajac, the Link Centre side will have some kind of boost this weekend in the shape of Neil Liddiard.

The veteran looks set to return to the fold after he sat out of the 5-1 win at Cardiff Fire on Sunday with a leg injury.

Teenager Jordan Kelsall will miss Telford’s trip to the Link Centre as he is involved with his parent club Nottingham Panthers.