TEN games into the Super League XIV season and Celtic Crusaders are still searching for that elusive first win.
The side from South Wales have, unfortunately, made the worst start to a Super League campaign by any newly-promoted team.
At one stage it looked as if the Crusaders might break their duck at home to Castleford Tigers last Sunday when they led 16-12 at half-time.
But they were unable to keep up the pressure after the break and eventually fell to a 34-22 defeat.
Tigers coach Terry Matterson admitted after the contest how relieved he was to come through, because he and his players felt the pressure of becoming the Crusaders first Super League scalp.
That pressure now passes on to the Giants.
On Good Friday, coach Nathan Brown’s side recorded a comfortable 30-10 triumph over the men from Bridgend.
But there were patches during that contest that suggested that if the luck goes their way, coach John Dixon’s side may soon have something very special to celebrate – and the Australian will no doubt be hoping that can be achieved on the big Murrayfield stage.