SAM Bullas is hopeful Swindon’s win on the road at Bracknell on Sunday can be a turning point in their season, as Cats go in search of their first league victory of the campaign against Sheffield tomorrow night.
After ending a four-game losing streak against the Bees, the men from the Link Centre now have three home games in five days at a rink where they have lost all three of their EPL games so far in 2014/15.
The hosts’ only victories came against NIHL sides in the cup competition, but Bullas knows that needs to change quickly if they are to push up the league table.
“I can’t remember the last time we had two home games on a weekend, so it will be good for us I’m sure,” he said.
“We like playing in our own arena in front of our own fans so it’s going to be good.
“We won’t change things and take every game the same, approach it with a winning mentality and try and get the points. We won’t change the strategy at all and keep on pushing,
“We’ve not had the greatest run recently but hopefully Sunday’s win can be something of a turning point for us and we can build from there and hopefully come out with a four-point weekend.
“Bracknell’s always a tough place to play because they’re very physical, but we won and sometimes it takes s scrappy win like Sunday to get out of that rut.”
Following tomorrow night’s clash with the Steeldogs, Cats host Basingstoke on Sunday night before welcoming MK Lightning to the Link Centre on Wednesday.