HUDDERSFIELD Giants head to Wigan tonight seeking a second Super League victory on the trot at the JJB Stadium.
On May 15 last year, the Giants mounted an amazing second-half fightback to win 26-24 and claim a first Huddersfield double over Wigan for 60 years.
Two tries from Chris Thorman and one each for Chris Nero, Hefin O'Hare and Marcus St Hilaire made it possible, with Michael De Vere landing three goals.
And with Wigan still searching for their first victory of the Super League XI campaign following defeats at new French club Les Catalans and at home to Leeds Rhinos seven days ago, this could be the time for the Giants to strike.
So, what chance a repeat tonight?
"We'd like to think there's a good chance," said head coach Jon Sharp.
"But we're obviously not prepared to take anything for granted.
"For some of the players, last season's tremendous win over Wigan is fresh in their minds and that will fill them with confidence for tonight's trip.
"But there are others in this squad who weren't a part of last year's heroics, so in that sense the win in 2005 has no bearing on what might happen tonight.
"This Giants team is still new and is learning all the time, and although we produced some good stuff at times to beat Warrington last Sunday, there's still a lot of improvement to be made.
"That's also the case with Wigan, who also have new players in their side.
"Even though they've lost their first two games, they have played well and will be a massive threat."