GIANTS coach Jon Sharp has warned his players not to drop their standards.
In-form Huddersfield head into Sunday's home Super League clash against French club Catalans Dragons (3.00) as hot favourites to triumph.
While the seventh-placed Giants were thrashing Salford 44-14 a week ago to reach the Powergen Challenge Cup semi-final, the 10th-placed Dragons were losing 56-10 at St Helens in their last-eight clash
Those results suggest Sharp's side should storm to a seventh top-flight triumph of the campaign.
But the Galpharm chief is desperate to ensure his players take nothing for granted and carry on from where they left off in their last performance.
"I was delighted with the performance against Salford and I want to see something similar against Catalans," said Sharp, who has named an unchanged 20-man squad.
"All the forwards helped lay a magnificent platform last week and the backs took full advantage.
"That's what I want to see again on Sunday.
"We were very disappointed to lose our last League game at Hull 12 days ago and we're determined to get back on track this weekend."
Meanwhile, tickets for the Giants' Powergen Challenge Cup semi-final against Leeds at Odsal on Sunday, July 30 will go on sale on Monday.
The full details will be announced tomorrow.