GIANTS head coach Nathan Brown is focused on only one prize as his side tackle St Helens tonight.
Huddersfield, placed fourth in Super League, head to Widnes’ Stobart Stadium aiming to knock Saints – one point to the good in the table – off their third place perch in the Sky clash (8.00).
And for both teams the Grand Final is the only target left to play for after Saints lost to Wigan in the Challenge Cup semi-finals.
“Hopefully Saints will be a bit tired,” smiled Brown.
“But to be honest we know they will have regrouped with the Cup game now gone.
“They are back in the same boat as everyone else – apart from Leeds and Wigan – as there is now only one trophy they can win.
“That is what there is to play for now and all the teams involved will be out to grab it.
“But really everyone will first be looking to get the best slot they can in the play-offs and, obviously, both ourselves and Saints want to make sure that is a top-four berth.
“After that you want to end as high as you can – so we know we are in for a tough game over there.”
The Giants have already claimed the scalp of their rivals, having won 40-18 at the Galpharm Stadium in May, but Brown feels the divide is not very wide.
“We know what we are capable of,” said Brown.
“We need to build on the strong aspects of our game and press on with confidence from the win we got against Hull KR in our last outing.”