FOUR Doncaster Dragons will be breathing extra fire when they clash with the Giants in Sunday's Powergen Challenge Cup fifth-round clash at the McAlpine (3.00).
And that's not a threat, it's a promise!
New player-coach Graham Holroyd believes the fact Matthew Walker, Jamie Fielden and himself will be coming up against their old club will put extra fire in their bellies.
But there's also Huddersfield-born flier Marlon Billy waiting in the wings to make his hometown club pay and pull off a shock Doncaster win.
And Holroyd believes these ingredients will help make the showdown even tastier.
"Both clubs recognise it's a big game simply because we've got a quarter-final place to play for," said goalkicking half-back Holroyd, who is acting as assistant coach to St John Ellis as well as being the Doncaster playmaker.
"But the fact we've got players coming back to face their former club and another lad playing against his hometown club adds extra spice to the contest.
"It's obviously something we've already spoken about, and I know we're all excited about coming back to the McAlpine.
"We know we go into the game as underdogs, but we're happy about that.
"We can all make our returns knowing all the pressure is on the Giants and we can just make the most of the day.
"I don't think any of us feel as if we've got a point to prove. Leaving one club and joining another is simply part of the game.
"But it does help make the occasion even more special and make you even more determined to succeed.
"That goes for Marlon, too, who's playing against his hometown club. As a club we are all motivated for the contest, but for the four of us it means even more."