HUDDERSFIELD Giants are 80 minutes away from a place in the Junior Academy First Division Grand Final.
Victory in tomorrow's semi-final eliminator against Warrington Wolves at the Halliwell Jones Stadium (2.30) would earn coach Chris Plume's side a place in the final on October 10.
But defeat wouldn't mean the end of the season.
Under the rules of the play-off system, the losers of the clash between the top-of-the-table Wolves and the second-placed Giants would have a second bite of the cherry against the winners of the Salford v London match.
But hopes are high that the Giants can get the job done at the first time of asking.
Plume keeps faith with the same 17 that secured a last-gasp 18-14 victory at Wakefield Trinity Wildcats in the final League game of the season.
It was a win that guaranteed Huddersfield second spot, and Plume is hoping the tough nature of the contest will stand his side in good stead.
"The players are confident of making a good impact at Warrington," said Plume.
"It was a very tough contest at Wakefield, and we're expecting something similar tomorrow.
"The boys showed superb battling qualities against the Wildcats and that makes me confident they have what it takes to do the job at Warrington.
"But the players are also excited about the prospect of playing at a venue as good as the Halliwell Jones Stadium, and that could also help bring the best out of them. It's a big game all round."
Huddersfield Giants: Hull; Fagborun, Robinson, George (L), Sutherland; Hemingway, Simpson; Southwell, Garside, Watson, Holdsworth, George (S), Clare. Subs: Clarke, Tillotson, Wilkinson, Cudjoe.