NEW Giants winger Mat Gardner is hoping he has done enough to make a dream encounter against brother Ade become a reality.
The 21-year-old former Leeds ace marked his Huddersfield debut by producing a big game in Saturday's thrilling 18-16 Super League triumph at Wakefield Trinity Wildcats.
Now Gardner is hoping to back that up by getting the nod to face a St Helens side including his big brother at the Galpharm on Sunday.
"I was pleased with the way I played at Wakefield," said Mat.
"I just hope Jon (Sharp) was pleased, too. That's obviously the key to me playing again at the weekend.
"It's alway been a dream of mine to play against Ade, and this could be the time it becomes a reality.
"There's also a big chance we could be meeting head-on on the wing, and that would be fantastic.
"I know that to make that happen, I've got to keep my head down in training all week and work as hard as possible to catch Jon's eye.
"But I'm hoping my display at Wakefield will be the key."
Head coach Sharp again has the luxury of naming an unchanged side if he wishes.
Paul Reilly is expected to recover from a blow to the head, while Michael De Vere is continuing to receive treatment on a back strain which forced him to miss out.