CONFIDENT Giants coach Jon Sharp is hoping a return to home soil will spark a return to winning ways.
Huddersfield have spent the past month on the road, with a Super League win at Salford followed by defeats at Wigan and Bradford.
That time away has enabled the McAlpine pitch to be re-seeded.
And with the vital grass work having now been completed, Sharp is hoping his Giants can make a triumphant return home against London Broncos on Sunday (5.30).
"We've obviously missed playing at home in front of our own fans, and I know the boys can't wait to get back on our own turf," said Sharp.
"The groundstaff have done a fantastic job on the pitch and it's looking in superb condition.
"Hopefully, it'll bring the best out of the boys and we can get back on track.
"Obviously, the injuries are still biting hard and we'll be going into the match with a fairly patched-up side.
"But I still believe we are capable of going out on Sunday and getting the job done."
Sharp will again be forced to delay team selection until the last minute in order to give several players late fitness tests.
Leading the way in the race to return to action is big back-rower Paul Smith, who had a shoulder problem.