DETERMINED Giants coach Jon Sharp has pledged to make sure his players do everything within their power to ensure Wakefield have to battle for their Super League lives to confirm their top-six play-off booking.
Wakefield's far superior points difference over the Giants means their play-off spot is already virtually guaranteed.
That will be rubber-stamped tonight if Trinity beat Sharp's side in front of the Sky TV cameras at the newly-named Atlantic Solutions Stadium (8.00).
But with the seventh-placed Giants certain of their best-ever Super League finish, Sharp expects his side to play to their full potential.
And with a win also ensuring Huddersfield will stay above Warrington, there's a massive incentive to succeed.
"We're all well aware of the consequences of tonight's match," said Sharp.
"Wakefield know their play-off spot will be confirmed if they win, and that will act as a major source of motivation.
"But our focus has not been the play-off issue or the fact that it's on Sky TV.
"It's a case of concentrating fully on us and making sure we can build on the momentum of last week's fanastic win over Hull.
"We want a big performance tonight and then an equally big performance in our final home game against Salford next Sunday.
"If we can make Wakefield's passage into the play-offs an uneasy one, that's good.
"If that happens, it means we are doing our job right.
"Wakefield have had a great season and are in cracking form, so we all know it's going to be very tough tonight.
"But the boys are up for it, they've shown that in training.
"Now it's the time to transfer that onto the pitch. A repeat of the closing stages last Saturday would do nicely!"