Huddersfield Giants coach Paul Anderson is looking at tomorrow’s home clash against Warrington as a golden opportunity to prove the League table can lie.
Bottom-of-the-table Huddersfield host the leaders at the John Smith’s Stadium (8.00) in a Super League XXI clash that many believe will go the way of the Wolves.
But even though Anderson’s under-performing team are looking to avoid a 10th defeat from their opening 11 2016 top-flight starts, he still has complete faith that his side have the ability to turn the tables on former Giants boss Tony Smith’s side.
“The table may suggest otherwise at the moment, but we do have a very, very good squad,” said Anderson.
“It’s not the biggest, I accept that.
“But if you look through the ranks we’ve got, we do boast a lot of quality players who are potential match-winners for us.
“Individually and collectively, I do genuinely believe we don’t deserve to be in the position we find ourselves in right now.
“As a result, I do expect us to beat Warrington tomorrow night, because I still believe we’re good enough.
“It’s up to the players to believe that as well and show everyone we don’t deserve to be where we are in the table.”