FIRED-UP coach Tony Smith is calling for one final Herculean push to blast the Giants into the Super League play-offs!
Victory over fellow top-six rivals Warrington Wolves in tonight's massive McAlpine Sky-televised clash (8.00) would keep the play-off dream alive.
London Broncos remain firm favourites to claim the one place still up for grabs and will do so if they win at Widnes tomorrow.
But the pressure will mount on the Broncos if the Giants win tonight, with the two teams going head to head in the capital the following week when the winners would be in the perfect shape to sample life on the play-off glory trail.
What makes tonight's McAlpine showdown even more significant, however, is that it will mark the final home appearances of top Giants trio Jamie Bloem, Steve McNamara and Jarrod O'Doherty.
And head coach Smith will also be making his McAlpine bow before moving to Leeds Rhinos.
Yet thoughts of his imminent move to Headingley could not be further from his mind as the Giants look to extend their superb unbeaten home run to nine games.
"Tonight is significant in a whole lot of ways," acknowledged Smith, who has been boosted by the news that Jim Gannon (elbow), O'Doherty (hamstring) and Marcus St Hilaire (ankle) are all fit to play.
"But you wouldn't have realised it if you had spent the week with us.
"I've been proud of the way the boys have been able to keep their whole focus on Warrington rather than the other issues being raised.
"Yes, this is the last McAlpine game for some of us, it is a chance to improve our excellent home record and it is, of course, a chance to stay in the play-off hunt.
"But what matters most is coming up with the performance that is good enough to beat Warrington.
"It'll take a huge effort and we'll need to improve on our recent displays but I know we can do it."
What will also be of major interest will be the size of the crowd after chairman Ken Davy voiced his fears that the low McAlpine turn-outs could threaten the Giants' future involvement in Super League.