Manchester Thunder's Bank Holiday weekend starts at 7am on Saturday.
The squad will head north across the border to Glasgow, where they will face Sirens for the first of their Superleague double-header of matches over the Bank Holiday weekend.
Following a rest day on Sunday, the Black and Yellows return to their new home at Belle Vue to take on play-off rivals Loughborough Lightning.
It's the second time facing both sides as we head towards the business end of the season, with six teams in with a realistic chance of making the top four,
Thunder suffered a narrow loss to Wasps last time out and will be gunning for maximum points by the time the sun sets on Bank Holiday Monday.
Coach Karen Greig acknowledged the spirit and fight her players showed away at undefeated Wasps last week, and a strong showing in training has set them up well for the weekend.
"They really raised the bar for themselves last week and this week in training," she said.
"Their focus and ...