JULIAN BAILEY could be 24 hours away from making a Giants return.
The Australian centre has been sidelined for six weeks after suffering a fractured cheekbone during the Super League win at Salford.
But the 25-year-old former Newcastle Knights ace has been added to tomorrow's squad to face play-off rivals Warrington Wolves at the McAlpine Stadium (6.00).
Head coach Jon Sharp has yet to confirm his final line-up, but Bailey (pictured) is hopeful of getting the nod.
"Jon's keeping us on our toes by keeping the final line-up under wraps," said Bailey.
"Hopefully, I've done enough to get a starting spot.
"My injury has healed up well, I've been training well and this week I've also been running through some of the moves.
"All I'm lacking at the moment is match fitness.
"But, apart from that, I feel in great shape."
With Bailey back in the frame, Sharp is facing a major selection headache as he looks to guide his team back onto the play-off track.
The only absence is Stanley Gene with a diclocated foot.
Opponents Warrington, meanwhile, have today received a major boost, with the news Martin Gleeson will be signing for next season in a £200,000 deal from St Helens.