DC Presidents vs. Clyde Valley Blackhawks
The Presidents will want an immediate bounce back from their 40-20 loss to the Gateshead Senators last week but the Blackhawks will be a tough opposition.
The Presidents have improved a lot on and off the field under the guidance of Ben Johnson and co and should have enough about them to beat off Clyde Valley, especially at home.
DC Presidents to win by two scores
Gateshead Senators vs. Dundee Hurricanes
The Gateshead Harewoods (not sure it’ll catch on) will be flying high following that big comeback against their upstart neighbours last week. It’s not often they put big points on an opposition so they’ll want to try and repeat against the bottom of the table Hurricanes.
Dundee have found it tough so far this year and I can’t see it getting much better for them in Gateshead.
Gateshead Senators to win by two scores
Edinburgh Wolves vs. Glasgow Tigers
The Wolves have been nothing short of disappointing following their playoff season last year. They’re sitting at 1-3 having been beaten 26-0 by the Senators and the Blackhawks, in that now infamous “untidy changing room” game.
Glasgow are still undefeated though, having won two and tied, impressively might I say, against Gateshead. They should win this game.
Glasgow Tigers to win by three scores