GIANTS coach Nathan Brown has warned his players to watch out for Harlequins’ three main attacking forces throughout tomorrow’s Galpharm Stadium Super League clash.
Quins have made an eye-catching start to the campaign and have scored 108 points in their last two games and conceded just 26.
The capital club’s last success was a stunning 60-8 home triumph against Warrington Wolves a week ago when hooker Chad Randall and half-backs Danny Orr and Luke Dorn ran the show.
And Brown knows that if his players allow these three the same space as the Wolves granted them at The Stoop, it could be three Super League home defeats on trot for the new Galpharm chief.
“I’ve been impressed with what I’ve seen of Harlequins,” said Brown. “They’ve got a very hard-working pack, and their big blokes like McCarthy-Scarsbrook are decent players.
“And on attack, Randall, Orr and Dorn have been going very well.
“They’ve got Chad at hooker, and because they (hookers) touch the ball more than anyone else you always want one of your best players in that position, and Chad is clearly one of their best.
“Danny Orr is someone I didn’t know much about before I got here, but I’m impressed with the way he guides the side across the park.
“It’s a role he and Chad share superbly well.
“Then you’ve got Luke Dorn, who’s a real spark and can easily go 60-80m if you let him.
“So, a big key for us this weekend is not to let him do that, or let all three of them play.
“We’ve got to watch them very closely. If we don’t we’ll make it tough on ourselves.”