PETER JACKSON is urging all Town fans to swell the McAlpine crowd tomorrow as the Giants aim to cause another major upset against Super League leaders Leeds Rhinos (6.00).
The Sky televised clash gives Tony Smith's men the chance to add to victories this season over St Helens and, last Sunday, Wigan Warriors, and a big crowd would be a bonus.
Popular Town manager Jackson believes the football fraternity can help out.
"Ken Davy is shouldering the burden of rescuing the soccer club and tomorrow's match gives Town fans a chance to show how grateful they are," said Jackson, who will be watching the match himself.
"It's a massive game for the Giants and if as many Town fans as possible could get down to the McAlpine to support them, it would give Tony Smith and the lads a fantastic lift.
"The Giants have already had some tremendous wins this season and if they could add the scalp of Leeds it would be a great feather in their cap.
"So I would encourage any Town fans who can to come down and click through the turnstiles and make sure that the travelling fans from Headingley are outshouted on the night.
"It can only be good for Huddersfield for the Giants to be seen to be doing well, in front of a big crowd, on national television and - with one or two things still to be resolved with regard to the football club's future - it's vital we all pull together at this important time."
Head coach Smith is ready to field an unchanged side tomorrow.
His players all emerged from the 32-24 triumph over Wigan unscathed as the Giants seek a fourth win in their last five games.
Giants officials, meanwhile, are urging as many fans as possible to take advantage of their mini season-ticket promotion to cover the remaining six home games by snapping them up ahead of the Leeds clash.
The price is £70 for adults, £45 concessions and £20 for juniors.
"It remains crucial that we continue to build on our season ticket base," said marketing manager Richard Thewlis.
"This offer represents good value on the back of the tremendous excitement surrounding the club."