GIANTS coach Jon Sharp will leave nothing to chance in his side's bid to secure Super League victory over Salford in tonight's McAlpine clash (7.30).
While other clubs look to rotate their squads as a way to overcome the demands of a hectic Easter period, Sharp will do no such thing.
Instead, the new Super League Coach of the Month will once again send his strongest squad into action with the hope of collecting a fourth win from five Super League starts.
And he is backing in-form centre duo Julian Bailey and Chris Nero to lead tonight's victory charge.
"I want us to go out and get the job done, and take it from there," declared Sharp.
"The best way of doing that is to field my strongest possible side, and that's what I'm going to do.
"We may be forced to make changes if we pick up injuries tonight, but I'll worry about that later.
"Obviously, I'm not ignoring Wakefield on Monday, but right now all I want is to try and get two League points off Salford.
"That will set us up nicely for games ahead.
"But I also don't want to make changes because I'm pleased with the way the team is playing.
"All across the park there are players on top of their game, and I'm particularly pleased with the centres.
"Chris and Julian are both in great form, and I'm looking to them to take the lead once again. They are an inspiration right now."