HUDDERSFIELD are ready to play their biggest rugby league game in decades!
Victory in tomorrow's massive semi-final showdown against St Helens at Warrington (3.15) will guarantee the club a place in the Powergen Challenge Cup final at Cardiff's Millennium Stadium on Saturday, May 15.
It would be Huddersfield's first appearance in the final of rugby league's most famous knockout competition since 1962 when they were beaten 12-6 by Wakefield Trinity at Wembley.
The Giants go into tomorrow's game as massive underdogs.
But with confidence in the McAlpine camp high, and head coach Jon Sharp hoping to be able to pick from a full-strength side, this could be the Year of the Giant.
That would be a personal triumph for dedicated chairman Ken Davy, who admits that watching his club in action in front of the BBC TV cameras tomorrow will be one of his proudest moments.
"This match is the culmination of a tremendous amount of time and effort put in by a whole host of people over many years," said Mr Davy.
"I know when the players step out onto that field tomorrow I will be feeling exceptionally proud, and I hope everyone else associated with the club feels the same way.
"Regardless of the result, I am sure we will all savour what will be a wonderful occasion, and that the team under coach Jon Sharp will do us proud.
"While we clearly recognise we're the underdogs, I know there is tremendous self-belief and confidence running throughout the club.
"In a way, this is our Cup final, but who's to say our Challenge Cup dream should end here?"