FORMER Giants prop Matthew Walker believes the "let's get physical" approach is Doncaster's best chance of beating Huddersfield in tomorrow's Challenge Cup clash at the McAlpine (3.00).
The Dragons' style is to try and dominate the opposition up front.
And it's a tactic the National League I side will be attempting to adopt as they bid to pull off a major Cup shock.
"We do have a pack that's got some size to it and in many games we've played we've got the better of the opposition up front," said Walker, pictured.
"It was something we did successfully against Sheffield last weekend and something we did in beating Hunslet in the last round.
"But we know that the Giants will be a completely different proposition.
"A fair number of their players were at the club when I was in the Huddersfield squad that was promoted back into Super League two years ago. They are quality performers.
"So, we have a rough idea what to expect, especially now Graham Holroyd has also arrived from Huddersfield.
"We're braced for a big battle in the pack, but we're ready.
"As long as we can perform to our full potential we know we can give it a good go.
"It's a game I'm definitely looking forward to.
"As the season has progressed everyone has picked up their form and that's been reflected in our results so far.
"But tomorrow is by far our biggest test."
The Dragons have made a mixed start to their competitive campaign.
After beating Sheffield Eagles 38-6 in their opening fixture, they lost 28-12 to Hull KR and 46-26 to Batley.
Since then, they have won at Hunslet Hawks and West Hull in the early Challenge Cup rounds and beaten the Eagles for a second time in the Arriva Trains Cup.