HUDDERSFIELD'S Ashes Test match could be a sell-out by the end of this weekend!
Fewer than 500 tickets remain unsold for the McAlpine clash between Great Britain and Australia on Saturday week.
The Kangaroos could tie up the three-match series if they win the second Test at Hull's KC Stadium tomorrow.
But victory for the Lions, who were unlucky to lose 22-18 in the opening Test despite having Adrian Morley sent off after just 12 seconds, would mean the Ashes would be decided at the McAlpine in eight days time.
Great Britain are attempting to win the Ashes for the first time in 33 years and many are predicting a Lions win tomorrow.
That would provide a massive boost going into the McAlpine clash, as well as giving the game another major shot in the arm.
"The Rugby League report they are now down to their last few tickets, which is tremendous news for everyone involved with the game," said excited Giants chief executive Ralph Rimmer.
"Even if Britain lose tomorrow night we still look to be heading for a sell-out.
"But just imagine what demand would be like for the handful of remaining tickets if the Lions do pull it off at Hull!
"Yet whatever happens, this really is a good time to be a rugby league fan.
"Everyone was proud of the way our 12 men performed against the Aussies last week and it shows the gap between the two nations is closing.
"It was also a further indication of the increasing standard in Super League and the intensity of that competition. The game is in a very healthy state."
Rimmer also reports a growing interest in next Tuesday's Giants Academy v Penrith Panthers Juniors McAlpine clash (7.30).