HUDDERSFIELD Giants enjoy playing Super League games against Wakefield Trinity Wildcats!
Although the McAlpine club's overall record in their five seasons in the top flight since 1998 has not been good, it's a different matter when it comes to taking on their West Yorkshire rivals.
In 10 Super League meetings, Huddersfield have triumphed on seven occasions and the Wildcats just three times.
Included in those Giants' successes are wins, home and away, against Wakefield this season.
In April, coach Tony Smith's men chalked up their second victory of the season with a 14-10 triumph at Belle Vue.
Then in June, they savoured a comfortable 26-4 McAlpine win after leading 22-0 at half-time.
Not surprisingly, this makes the Giants favourites to triumph again this weekend, although Wakefield will clearly have something to say about.
The Wildcats may no longer be involved in the race for a top six play-off spot, but that's not been reflected in their last two games.
At home to London Broncos a fortnight ago, Wakefield fought back from a 20-point deficit to share in a 26-26 draw.
Then a week later coach Shane McNally's men again found themselves 20 points behind at Widnes before mounting a brave late rally to cut the deficit to 30-28 at the close.
Unfortunately for the Wildcats, however, centre and captain Gareth Ellis picked up a hand injury in that match and could be a doubt for Sunday.
But even though Ellis is Wakefield's jewel in the crown, Trinity did even better without him, with goalkicking stand-off Jamie Rooney going on to take control against the Vikings.
He could prove to be his side's star man again this weekend.