CONFIDENT Giants coach Jon Sharp is hoping history can repeat itself at Wakefield Trinity Wildcats tomorrow night (8.00).
His Huddersfield club have not celebrated back-to-back Super League victories since mid-April when the Giants immediately followed up a win over Salford with success at Wakefield in their first meeting at the Atlantic Solutions Stadium.
Now Sharp is looking to repeat the feat in front of the Sky TV cameras on the back of having the luxury of an unchanged squad for the first time in months.
"Tomorrow night's match has all the makings of a classic derby encounter," said Sharp.
"It's going to be a tough game, but the boys are pumped up and looking forward to the occasion.
"We've been battling with Wakefield all year for sixth spot, and it's now come to the stage where it's virtually nailed on for them.
"So it would be nice to get one over them tomorrow and, at the same time, celebrate back-to-back Super League wins. I hope that acts as a major incentive."
Sharp admits his players remain on a high after Saturday's stunning 22-20 last-gasp triumph over Hull at the Galpharm.
And the fact he is able to report a clean bill of health has further increased the positive mood.
"To be honest, I can't remember the last time I've been able to pick from the same squad," said Sharp.
"Not having to chop and change makes things a lot easier, not only for the coach but for the players.
"Having a settled side means they have more chance to work with each other and fine-tune their games."