GIANTS coach Jon Sharp will field his strongest available side in Sunday's Powergen Challenge Cup clash at Halifax (3.00).
Super League Huddersfield go into the tie as red-hot favourites to topple their National League I neighbours and take their place in Tuesday's fifth-round draw.
While the in-form Giants have won their last two top-flight matches, scoring 100 points in the process, Halifax have lost to Keighley and Rochdale in the Northern Rail Cup.
Coach Andy Farrell's side also have a dozen first-team players unavailable through injury, the latest of which is prop Andy Hobson, who requires major shoulder surgery after picking up the injury on Sunday.
But Sharp is not going to let that affect his preparation as the Giants look to maintain their winning momentum.
"We're on a roll right now and we want it to continue," he said.
"We intend to leave nothing to chance and we will treat Halifax with the respect they deserve.
"They will come at us with a great deal of aggression and, because it's a derby, we know they'll be pumped up. We've got to be ready for that.
"I obviously won't take the risk of playing anyone who is not 100%, but there's no question Sunday's side will be as strong as it can be."
The squad will include loose-forward Stephen Wild (right), who is tipped to be a candidate for the Super League Player of the Month for March.
And available for selection are Michael De Vere, Martin Aspinwall and Paul Smith, who all missed the win at Castleford.