Published Friday, 25 October 2013
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Paul Adey's men are coming off the back of being edged out by the Steelers in Sheffield on Sunday past and they remain without their influential captain Adam Keefe.
"It's the Panthers - it's the team that won everything last year," Giants general manager Todd Kelman told UTV, ahead of the game.
"It's our biggest rivals."
Should be a good crowd tonight and should be a great atmosphere ...
While Kelman admits the Belfast side will miss the services of Keefe, who is still serving a four-game ban, he is hopeful that the result will go their way.
And he's equally confident when it comes to the race for the league title.
"There might be a couple of teams in the mix," Kelman said.
"But my gut tells me it's going to be us, Nottingham and Sheffield fighting it out near the end of March."
After the clash with the Panthers at the O, it's a quick turn-around for the Giants as they head off to Scotland to face the Braehead Clan on Saturday.
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