STITCHED-UP Ryan Hudson and Keith Mason will join fit-again Jamahl Lolesi in the Giants side to face Hull at the KC Stadium on Sunday.
The Huddersfield duo both needed repair work to head wounds picked up in an off-the-ball challenge by Michael Korkidas during Friday's 14-12 Super League loss at Salford.
Hudson required eight stitches and Mason seven in an incident which could today come under the scrutiny of RFL disciplinary chiefs.
Although the pair have obviously been nursing sore heads, they will be available for Sunday's trip to the East coast, as will Lolesi.
The former New Zealand Test centre has now fully recovered from a stomach bug and stated his intention to play.
His strikepower out wide was missed as the Giants' nine-match unbeaten run came to an end at The Willows.
And head coach Jon Sharp will be delighted to have him back.
"Jamahl has been showing some good form and it was disappointing he couldn't play," said Sharp.
"He was struggling early last week with the bug, and we were hoping that by Friday he would be okay.
"But, unfortunately, he was still feeling drained and we had to make the change.
"There's no doubt that if the game had been on the Sunday, there would have been no problems.
"So we know we will have a fully fit Jamahl to face Hull this weekend.
"And I don't expect Ryan and Keith to be missing.
"It was very disappointing to lose these two when we did on Friday night.
"When they went off for treatment it meant we had to change things around a lot earlier than we would have wished.
"It certainly affected how we used our substitutes pretty significantly."