GIANTS hooker Darren Turner has been given the all-clear to play against Pia in the Powergen Challenge Cup this weekend as coach Jon Sharp looks to field an unchanged side.
All 17 who played in Sunday's 26-22 opening-day Super League victory over Castleford are fit to face the top French side in Sunday's fourth-round tie at the McAlpine Stadium (3.00).
And that includes vice-captain Turner, who was placed on report for allegedly biting Sean Ryan's arm during the Tigers clash.
Disciplinary chiefs yesterday informed Sharp his hooker had no case to answer, and the head coach can now concentrate 100% on preparing to do battle with the French hopefuls.
"Darren told me straight after the game there would be nothing to worry about, and that's proved the case," said Sharp.
"But I think we all feel for Rocky at the moment.
"Last week he had an anxious few days worrying about whether he would pick up a ban for an incident that took place in the pre-season game at Leeds, and then he had his on-report incident to ponder.
"On both occasions, the rulings went in Rocky's favour, but it can't have been easy for him.
"I'm sure he'll enjoy the rest of the week knowing all he's got to worry about is preparing for a game of rugby league.
"It's also good for this head coach knowing I'll once again have one of my more experienced players available."
Sharp was also delighted that his squad emerged from a tough opening encounter injury-free.
And he has paid tribute to staff coach and fitness conditioner Jason Davidson and physio Martin Higgins in their part in making that possible.
"One of the most pleasing aspects of Sunday was how strong we looked in the last 10 minutes when the game was won," added Sharp.
"But that wasn't by chance.
"It was down to the hard work that's been put in by the players during pre-season and the efforts of Jason and Martin in ensuring they're in such decent nick.
"It's something that bodes really well for the season ahead.
"But our immediate thought is obviously Pia this weekend.
"I've already managed to get hold of a couple of videos, including their win at Barrow in the last round, so we have a bit of an idea of what to expect. But Sunday is really all about us rather than them."
Meanwhile, the Giants have confirmed that Wigan have agreed to switch their fixtures in Super League IX.
The McAlpine match will now take place on Sunday, April 4, with the return at the JJB Stadium on Sunday, June 13.
Originally, the matches were the other way around, but the McAlpine is now unavailable for the June date because of the Elton John concert at the stadium.