IT'S always a special day in a Super League club's calendar - the first home fixture screened live on Sky.
And tonight it's the turn of the Giants to take centre stage.
Obviously, the events of the past 48 hours and the arrival of new coach Brian Noble means much of the spotlight will fall on the visitors from Wigan.
But tonight is also the chance for the Giants to create all the right impressions on a watching national audience.
This is a fixture staged at their own Galpharm home and the club will be desperate to put on a show, both on and off the field.
As a result, Huddersfield are urging as many fans as possible to get down to the stadium, and make sure the bottom tier of the Lawrence Batley Stand is jam-packed.
That will be providing the backdrop for the on-field action, and if it's full it will look fantastic!
But there's far more to it than just making the whole scene aesthetically pleasing.
A flurry of activity is now taking place at all 12 Super League clubs with the aim of putting together a successful franchise bid for the start of 2008.
A whole host of criteria has to be met to guarantee a franchise.
On many fronts, the Giants are right up there.
The club's infrastructure is now recognised as one of the best in the competition, while the quality of the facilities speak for themselves.
And, of course, Huddersfield are now regarded as a truly competitive top-flight force.
Unfortunately, however, there is still this misconception that the club has no fans.
Even though the average crowd is way above that at Wakefield, Salford and Harlequins, attention always seems to focus on the Giants and a lack of support.
And the only way this myth can be destroyed is for the Huddersfield public to come out in force and support the Giants when they are on Sky.
Hopefully, that process will get under way tonight.
It's absolutely crucial.