RUGBY players are scenting a big victory tomorrow - and the whole country will be watching.
Forward-thinking England coach Sir Clive Woodward's revelation that he uses aromatherapy as he prepares his players for international action has led the BBC to look for a team on which to experiment at grass-roots level.
They want to see if pleasant smells in the dressing room improves the performance of a struggling side - and Huddersfield Rugby Union Club, with just two wins in 18 League games this season, fit the bill perfectly.
A camera crew will be at Lockwood Park for the Powergen North I match against Cumbrian club Aspatria. Results will be screened during this weekend's Six Nations coverage.
"Apparently citrus smells, peppermint and black pepper are very uplifting fragrances," said fly half Chris Duffy, who has been liaising with the BBC.
"If it means a victory, we're willing to give it a try, and at least it should be a bit of fun."