GIANTS coach Jon Sharp is backing his boys to be on top form for Sunday’s play-off showdown with Wakefield Trinity Wildcats at the Galpharm.
Huddersfield’s 34-22 success over Warrington on Friday night lifted them into fifth in the table with a haul of 25 points – the best ever recorded by the club in Super League.
It was also a fifth win in six outings and Sharp was sure his side would maintain their standards as they seek the two points that would all but secure a place in the play-offs for the first time.
“We are in good nick at the moment and have been in good nick for quite some time,” said Sharp.
“I am really pleased with the way that the players have maintained their form, but the weekend brings another big challenge.
“Wakefield are the kind of side who are capable of beating anyone on their day and we have to crank it up again and ensure we can build on the Warrington win.”
Aside from his long term absentees, Sharp was not expecting to find too many people in the treatment room as the Giants return to training this week.
“We picked up no more injuries at Warrington,” said Sharp.
“It is the same as usual at this stage of the season, you have blokes taped up and battling through, but there are no further problems and we just have to knuckle down and get on with the job.”