DETERMINED Giants coach Jon Sharp has ruled out resting some of his top stars and intends to field a full-strength Super League squad against Salford City Reds at the McAlpine Stadium tomorrow night (7.30).
Huddersfield go into the Good Friday clash as red-hot favourites to make it four wins from their opening five top-flight fixtures.
Sharp admits he also has one eye on the Easter Monday trip to Wakefield Trinity Wildcats (3.30), but is refusing to leave anything to chance against the City Reds.
"There are still one or two players carrying the odd knock, but my intention right now is to run with a full-strength squad. We can't really afford to do anything else," said Sharp.
"If we could collect four points from our two Easter fixtures it would put us in a fantastic position for the rest of the campaign.
"To do that I can't run the risk of resting players, it's asking for trouble."
Sharp is, however, looking into the possibility of making positional changes, including handing a start at hooker to Sean Penkywicz to combat the threat of Salford's impressive No9 Malcolm Alker.
Giants officials, meanwhile, have reported very brisk business on the Challenge Cup semi-final ticket sales front today.
They went on general sale at 10am, with the queue forming an hour earlier.
The club sold out of touchline seat tickets on the first morning of business, with the section of behind-the-posts seats, priced at £14 adults and £7 concessions, now proving popular.
"Warrington tell us the view from these seats is fantastic and that the RFL have done us a favour by letting us have this section," said Giants general manager Richard Thewlis.
"But I can't stress enough the need for those who want to get their tickets to buy them as quickly as possible.
"There's a race between ourselves and St Helens to sell out of our initial allocation of tickets, because the winner will have the chance to get hold of some more.
"We obviously want that to be us, but Saints are selling well.
"It would be great if we could get more tickets and outshout the Saints fans on the day.
"The match is going to be on the national stage and this is our chance to put Huddersfield well and truly on the map and in a positive light."
The club's ticket office remains open until 5pm today and is also open tomorrow from 1pm.