Cautious Wigan coach Shaun Wane has warned his players they are going to need to be at their best to secure a home success over the Giants tonight.

Huddersfield may still be bottom of the Super League XXI table with two wins from their opening 11 2016 top-flight fixtures, while Wigan are joint top with eight from 11.

But the fact the Giants secured their second long-awaited win with last Friday’s stunning 11-0 home triumph over Warrington came as no surprise to Wane, who has identified former Super League Man of Steel Danny Brough as the main threat to his side.

“Not many teams can keep Warrington to nil,” Wane said. “They’ll be a real threat to us.

“I like the way they play. They’re getting back to how Huddersfield play now. We won’t underestimate them.

“Danny Brough has been outstanding this last few weeks. He’s the man and the one who is pushing all of the buttons.”

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Wigan’s injury worries continue to ease, with prop Ben Flower and centre Anthony Gelling set to return against the Giants after being out for a month.

Gelling is back earlier than expected, much to Wane’s relief.

“It looked like a 12-week lay-off at one point so we’re glad he’s back,” he said.

“Gells has been the best centre in the competition bar none, he’s training the house down and he’s ready to go.”

“Even the week before the Wakefield game when we were struggling, he was putting his hand up to play, even though he wasn’t ready.

“But I like people like that - we’ve had to him back. He just wants to play and we’ve missed him.”

Wigan, who bounced back from their 62-0 mauling at Wakefield to beat Castleford last Friday, are aiming to complete the double over the Giants following their 18-13 win at the John Smith’s Stadium in February.