CHRIS THORMAN and Paul March are back to boost the Giants!
The twin Huddersfield strikeforce have recovered from injuries which kept them out of Sunday's Challenge Cup triumph at Halifax and are in tonight's side to face Salford at The Willows (8.00).
Giants skipper and influential stand-off Thorman had been suffering from an ankle injury, while lively hooker March, pictured left, was ruled out with a sore hip.
Both players have responded well to treatment and are ready to do battle in tonight's top-six Super League tussle.
It means Huddersfield coach Jon Sharp goes into battle with all of his key midfield men at his disposal, and he is hoping this proves decisive.
"Chris and Paul were two big players to have missing last week, and it's great to have them back," said Sharp.
"I thought Robbie Paul and Brad Drew were magnificent last week and did a fantastic job with the extra responsibility of covering for the injured pair.
"But tonight all four are available, and hopefully that will make all the difference.
"With Salford's defence in such magnificent form, it's going to take some really special plays to break them down.
"We've put ourselves in the best possible position to do so, though, with these four players at the heart of our attack."
Unfortunately, there's no James Evans, who has been ruled out with an ankle injury suffered on Sunday.
But Stuart Jones (knee) and Stephen Wild (knee) have recovered from their knocks and play.