HUDDERSFIELD will be hoping Carnegie Challenge Cup winners Warrington will be suffering a hangover this weekend.
They won the Cup for the third time in four years last weekend with a convincing 35-18 win over Leeds.
In 2010, the Wolves ran away with the crown by beating Leeds 30-6 and the previous year saw them break the Giants’ hearts, beating them 25-16.
Their playing roster is one of the best Super League has to offer and there doesn’t seem to be a weak position within their team the Giants could exploit.
Particularly dangerous players they do boast include international three quarter pairing Ryan Atkins and Joel Monaghan, who are two of the most deadly finishers in the competition.
In the forwards there is the same depth of quality, chief among them being England trio Adrian Morley, Garreth Carvell and Ben Westwood, who all provide sufficient grunt to trouble any team.
But their greatest packman this season has to be Chris Hill, who is the front runner for the coveted Albert Goldthorpe Rookie of the Year award after his close-season switch from Leigh has seen his remarkable rise to providence.
Coach Paul Anderson will know their heroic Cup exploits could have taken its toll on the Warrington machine, and he will be hoping his side can take full advantage at the Halliwell Jones this Sunday.