NATHAN BROWN has ordered the Giants to show Harlequins no mercy in tomorrow’s Super League clash in the capital (5.45).
Huddersfield head to London as the red-hot favourites to win the Sky TV contest and make it three top-flight triumphs on the trot.
While the Giants go into the game on the back of last Sunday’s 26-20 home triumph over champions Leeds Rhinos and their 52-0 thrashing of Wakefield in their last away game, injury-hit Quins are rock bottom of Super League with just one win from their opening six top-flight fixtures.
Brown admits he does have some sympathy for Harlequins head coach Brian McDermott’s plight.
But the Galpharm chief admits that counts for nothing as he looks for his side to remain in Super League’s top three.
“We are meeting a team who have had a horrible run of injuries and it’s really unfortunate for them what they are going through,” he said.
“But as much as you feel for them, it’s not for us to take our foot off the gas or have any pity.
“We’re coming into the game on the back of two good wins and we want to maintain that momentum.
“And even though, they’re going through such a tough time, they still possess some quality players.”
“They are definitely still a threat, they have got quality players like Chad Randall, McCarthy-Scarsbrook, Clubb and those sorts of blokes.
“And Ben Jones-Bishop looks a really talented player as well.
“Their back three blokes have a really big impact on how they play the game, and in two of the last three games they have carried the ball for some enormous metres.
“I’m sure they’ll be hoping to win the odd game before they get their injured players back, and we’ve got to make sure it’s not against the Giants.”
Captain Brett Hodgson is confirmed in the 19-man squad after recovering from an ankle injury, while Graeme Horne, left, is expected to feature after sitting out the last two games.