INSPIRATIONAL Giants full-back Paul Reilly will miss his side's Super League trip to Wakefield tonight (7.30).
The Huddersfield-born star is still suffering from the effects of the 14-8 weekend defeat at Warrington after coming in for some close attention.
He suffered a number of knocks during the contest and will now be rested to ensure he is in peak condition for the Easter Monday home game against Salford (7.30).
In his place comes Stuart Donlan, who was rested against the Wolves after struggling with a groin strain.
Also expected to return is skipper Ben Roarty, who has not played since suffering a rib injury in the 34-24 defeat at St Helens a month ago.
The Giants will be looking to Roarty to help give his pack the upper hand and create the opportunity for half-backs Chris Thorman and Paul March to take control.
March, in particular, will be fired-up to produce a big game against his former club and help erase the memory of Sunday's frustrating day at Warrington.
"We did more than enough to win last weekend, but just didn't get the rub of the green," said March, who joined the Giants from Wakefield in 2002.
"Defeats of this nature are hard to take, but there's no point dwelling on it.
"What we have to do is move on and make sure we take out our frustration on our next opponents, which happen to be Wakefield.
"It's going to be another hard contest, but we're really looking to give it to them.
"They ended up getting the better of us last season, which our kid (twin brother David) reminds me every time I see him!
"In previous seasons, it's been me who's been able to dish out the stick, so he's really made the most of these last few months.
"I think it's about time we got back to the good old days!"
March believes his new half-back partnership with Thorman is now starting to blossom, although he feels there is still a lot more to come.
"We're still learning from each other, but we feel we're getting there," added March.
"That's been reflected in recent performances, and hopefully this will again be the case tonight."