HUDDERSFIELD Giants could go into Super League battle against Warrington at the Galpharm on Sunday with an unchanged line-up.
Coach Jon Sharp has reported a clean bill of health from the 17 who performed so well before falling 20-12 at Leeds Rhinos on Sunday.
Given the tough nature of the Headingley contest that will have been a relief to Sharp.
But he admits it doesn't come as a great surprise.
"It was a strong, physical game on Sunday," he said.
"Not surprisingly, there were a number of bumps and bruises picked up.
"But, overall, the players came through okay and they should all be fit for selection against Warrington.
"There's obviously a certain element of luck when it comes to avoiding injuries.
"But a lot of it is down to the condition of the players.
"Right now, that's an area in which we are strong.
"We really pushed the players during pre-season, and that is already reaping its reward.
"Physically, the players stood up well against a strong Leeds side, and despite being put under a load of pressure in the second half, we still looked strong at the end.
"That's not by chance, that's through sheer hard work."