Warrington Wolves will be hoping to make it four wins from four against the Giants as they look to reach a second successive Grand Final.
When millionaire owner Simon Moran purchased the club back in 2003, they invested heavily in the playing roster year on year.
But this season, the Wolves changed their tone, not signing a single player.
The reasoning behind this was that the Cheshire-based club celebrated their most successful season yet last campaign, winning the Challenge Cup for a third time in four years, as well as getting to the Grand Final for the first time.
Their squad is amassed with playing talent right there at the top of what the game has to offer.
Particularly dangerous players they do boast include international three-quarter pairing Ryan Atkins and Joel Monaghan, who are two of the most deadly finishers in the competition.
In the forwards, there is the same depth of quality, chief among which are England foursome Adrian Morley, Garreth Carvell, Ben Westwood and Chris Hill, who all provide sufficient grunt to trouble any team.
Giants coach Paul Anderson will be looking to avenge their two defeats in the league and Challenge Cup in this winner-takes-all play-off encounter.
Timeless Brett Hodgson may be on his way out at Warrington but he could provide the know-how if the Wolves are to be successful.
Hodgson, who led Huddersfield out as captain against Warrington in the 2009 Challenge Cup final, chose to join his opponents back in 2011 after being offered a two-year deal.
The 35-year-old former New South Wales full-back has reaped the rewards, winning the Cup in style against Leeds last year, and he will now be looking to add a Super League winners ring to his rï¿½sumï¿½.
Former Giants boss Tony Smith will be hoping he can take the Wolves that one step further in 2013.
No coach in Super League history has taken two separate sides to Grand Final glory at Old Trafford.
But with the strength-in-depth Smith has at his disposal, the Warrington coach will be hoping he can be the first.