KEVIN BROWN has described the Giants’ top-of-the-table Super League clash against Wigan Warriors at the Galpharm Stadium tomorrow (8.00) as ‘massive’.
But the in-form Huddersfield captain believes the result won’t make or break his club’s 2012 campaign.
The second-placed Giants host leaders and Challenge Cup holders Wigan knowing victory would help them re-establish a two-point lead at the top of the table once again.
That gap could prove vital with the top-flight campaign having now past the halfway stage.
But loose-forward Brown is keen to stress the result won’t signal the beginning of the end of the race for the League Leaders Shield.
“Tomorrow’s match is massive, we all know that,” said Brown, who is ready to go head-to-head against his former club.
“If we can secure victory against Wigan it would send out another clear message to all our main rivals that we really do mean business.
“I’m sure there are a lot of people out there waiting for us to slip-up, which has been the case over the past couple of seasons.