TOP Australian forward Ben Roarty is looking to punish Bradford Bulls for inflicting major misery on his former club.
The 27-year-old watched from the McAlpine stands as the Bulls beat Australian NRL champions Penrith Panthers 22-4 to lift the World Club crown five weeks ago.
It was a result Roarty didn't expect, and he admitted he was bitterly disappointed to see his old Penrith teammates missing out on the world title.
But now the in-form Giants pack star has the chance to gain revenge on the Australian club's behalf, and he believes it can be achieved.
"After Bradford went and beat Penrith in the World Club Challenge I couldn't wait to play them," said Roarty, who joined the Giants from Penrith during the middle of last season.
"I obviously want to win this match tomorrow because of the massive lift it will give the Giants.
"But it would also be great to get the better of the team that beat the Panthers in the World Club Challenge. I would enjoy telling the boys back home about that one!
"And we've been working hard to make that possible.
"We know there's been a lot of outside talk about our chances of reaching the semi-final of the Challenge Cup next week, but for us it's been Bradford, Bradford, Bradford."