BIG Bulls prop Joe Vagana is tipping the Giants to reach the Powergen Challenge Cup final in Cardiff!
The monster Kiwi forward has spent the week focusing on Huddersfield as his Bradford side prepares for tomorrow's Super League visit to the McAlpine.
And having watched the way the Giants are shaping up, he believes they stand an excellent chance of reaching the Millennium Stadium on May 15.
"I think St Helens are now the favourites to win the challenge Cup, but from what I've seen Huddersfield might have a good chance and be dark horses," he said.
"I'm sure that the Giants will be in the semis, and if they avoid Saints they could be there in Cardiff.
"We've obviously taken a close look at Huddersfield because of playing them tomorrow, and we're gearing up for a tough game.
"They have some good players and clearly have great team spirit.
"Jon Sharp is doing an excellent job as head coach and they look to be well-drilled.
"We know that if we don't raise our game it could prove a difficult afternoon and we could struggle.
"But we've prepared well, we've had a week off from competitive football and they haven't, so we should be fit and ready to go.
"And with so many niggling injuries, the break has done a power of good."
A lot of the attention tomorrow will be focused on inspirational Bulls captain Robbie Paul.
The New Zealander suffered a badly broken arm against St Helens during the middle of last season.
He made his comeback in the Grand Final in October, but was still struggling with the injury and hasn't played since.
But earlier this week he was given the all-clear and will play.
"Although I have kept my spirits up it has been a very frustrating time and certainly my lowest," he said.
"But I hope to put all that behind me at Huddersfield tomorrow."