HUDDERSFIELD will face Leeds Rhinos in the RL Challenge Cup semi-finals.
At stake for the Giants is a place in the final for the first time in 44 years.
This year's major showpiece event will take place at Twickenham on Saturday, August 26.
But Huddersfield will have a tough task to get through for a showdown with St Helens or Hull KR, the other sides in this morning's last-four draw at the George Hotel.
Bradford's Odsal Stadium has emerged as the favourite to stage the Giants-Rhinos tie on Saturday, July 29 or Sunday 30.
Whatever the date and venue, Huddersfield will go into the game as big underdogs.
They are rated 10-1 to win the Powergen-backed cup, with Leeds rated 13-8.
But that's something which meets with coach Jon Sharp's approval.
"We're happy with the draw," said the Giants boss.
"It's a game where we know we've nothing to lose and everything to gain.
"No-one will expect us to win, apart from those inside this club, which means all the pressure will be on Leeds.
"For us, it's a tie where we can go out there and enjoy the occasion.
"Hopefully neutral fans will join our own loyal supporters in cheering us all the way to Twickenham.
"That would be a dream come true for everyone at Huddersfield."
Leeds, who last won the cup in 1999, have been beaten finalists in two of the last three years.
They won 34-10 when they last met Huddersfield in the cup (a first-round tie in 1975-76) and the current Rhinos were 20-12 victors when the sides met on the opening weekend of the current Super League season at Headingley.
Yet Sharp feels that will have no bearing on the way he and opposite number at Leeds, former Giants coach Tony Smith, will plan for the semi.
"A lot can happen between now and then, but that opening-day game does prove we have what it takes to compete against them," he said.