IT looks like being a case of spotting the familiar faces for Giants fans as their side does battle with York on Sunday.
Besides the return of former Giants coach and York City Knights chief executive Steve Ferres, there will be other former McAlpine `old boys' on show.
Matthew Crowther, who was on the Giants books during the club's merger days, will take his place in the dugout as York's assistant coach.
But on the field there could be three ex-Giants.
The most identifiable will be centre or winger Chris Langley, who was in the Giants squad that secured promotion to years ago by winning the NFP Grand Final.
However, he is rated at 50-50 with a back injury which kept him out of York's 36-12 Arriva Cup defeat at Batley Bulldogs at the weekend.
The other players are half-back Jim Elston and big prop Yusuf Sozi, who have had spells in the Giants Academy.
York also have a large contingent of former Dewsbury men.
They include the assistant player-coach Nathan Graham - the former Challenge Cup finalist with Bradford Bulls - Damian Ball and Danny Brough.