Three of those four games pits the top two against each other, starting with this weekend’s double-header at the Utilita Arena.
In the six-game head-to-head series, the Steelers lead 2-1 and Fox is confident his team can extend that advantage if they play to their capabilities, something they gave a good indication of in Wednesday night’s 8-2 thrashing of second-bottom Manchester Storm.
“I feel like it’s been a good match-up all year long with them,” said Fox. “And, from a league perspective, I don’t think you could ask for anything more - three of the last four games are between the top two teams
“I’m confident in our group and I know that if we come ready to play the way I know we can play, then we’ll be successful.”
Fox is confident Marc Olivier- Vallerand will be fit to play after failking to finish the midweek win over Manchester Storm.
The last time Steelers and Giants met was also a double-header weekend, on that occasion in Belfast. After losing on the Friday night 5-1, the Steelers bounced back in style 24 hours later by prevailing 5-2.
The only previous meeting between the two in Sheffield came back in early November, when the hosts ran away 7-1 winners.