HUDDERSFIELD Giants could have a major say on which club suffers Super League relegation at the end of the season.
Four clubs are still facing the dreaded drop with seven games remaining.
Castleford Tigers are rooted to the foot of the table with three wins from their 21 games for a total of six points.
London are next with nine points, while Widnes and Salford have 10 apiece.
But it is interesting to note that in the Giants' final six matches three of them are against the teams in the relegation mix.
Next Sunday, Huddersfield entertain Castleford Tigers at the Galpharm, with revenge very much on the Giants' mind after they became the first team to lose at The Jungle this season a month ago.
The following Sunday (August 22), coach Jon Sharp's side travel to Widnes looking to make it three wins out of three against the Vikings this year.
And on the final day of the season, Salford visit the Galpharm in a match that could have huge significance.
For the record, the remaining fixtures for the four relegation-threatened clubs (including tomorrow's games) are:
Castleford: Wakefield (A), Huddersfield (A), Hull (H), Leeds (A), Salford (H), Widnes (A), Wakefield (H).
London: Widnes (A), St Helens (A), Warrington (H), Wakefield (H), Bradford (A), Wigan (H), Leeds (A).
Widnes: London (H), Salford (A), Huddersfield (H), Wigan (H), Wakefield (A), Castleford (H), Hull (A).
Salford: St Helens (H), Widnes (H), Wakefield (A), Warrington (H), Castleford (A), Hull (H), Huddersfield (A).
Doesn't it make a refreshing change not to have to include the Giants!