HUDDERSFIELD Giants will have a keen eye on events at the Halliwell-Jones Stadium tonight.

Warrington entertain Bradford Bulls in a re-arranged Super League clash, with the Giants waiting in the wings to meet the Wolves at the same venue on Sunday.

And Huddersfield coach Jon Sharp admits he is hoping it's a tough encounter.

"I'm sure it will be a good competitive game, particularly as the Bulls will be looking to bounce back from that surprise defeat to Hull on Friday night," said Sharp.

"But my main hope is that after tonight Warrington will have very little left in the tank to face us!"

Bradford captain Robbie Paul has been ruled out of tonight's trip to Warrington, but could return for Monday's awayday in London.

Paul was injured while playing for New Zealand against Australia last Friday.

The 28-year-old was knocked unconscious and also injured his ankle after a crunching tackle by Australia's Danny Buderus in the first half of the Anzac Test, which the Kiwis lost 37-10.

The scrum-half received lengthy treatment but, despite leaving the field, returned for the second half - although it was feared he may have broken his ankle.

However, the injury has since been diagnosed as a sprain and Paul may even be back in action to face the London Broncos.

Warrington go into the clash fresh from Saturday's 37-18 win over struggling Salford, where they put the disappointment of the Powergen Challenge Cup semi-final defeat by Wigan behind them.

Captain Lee Briers defied a broken finger to lead his side back to form after two recent Super League losses but coach Paul Cullen has his fair share of injury worries ahead of the Bulls' visit.

Brent Grose returns from an ankle knock and Mark Hilton has recovered from a dead leg but Cullen still has several absentees.

Full-back Daryl Cardiss and Paul Wood are missing after picking up ankle and knee injuries respectively against Salford.

John Wilshere (fractured cheekbone), Graham Appo (hamstring) and Chris Leikvoll (calf) also remain sidelined.