GIANTS captain Ben Roarty will lead his side into Super League battle at St Helens on Friday night (8.00)!
The Australian back-rower has been cleared to play after being placed on report for illegal use of the elbow during Sunday's 36-28 home defeat to Hull.
RFL disciplinary chiefs yesterday looked at the incident on video and decided Roarty had no case to answer.
It means the 28-year-old will be ready to lead Huddersfield's challenge from the front as the Giants look to secure a second successive away success after the 30-12 opening-day win at Leigh.
And head coach Jon Sharp is hoping Roarty will be able to take his place in a fully fit side for what promises to be a very tough Saints assignment.
"It's obviously great to have Ben available, because he gives the side such a lead up front," said Sharp.
"Now the main concern is the fitness of the players, which at the moment doesn't seem too bad.
"The boys were all hurting on Sunday, but that came from the nature of the defeat rather than the physical punishment.
"We've got a short change round this week, because we're back in action on Friday.
"But that's what the players really want right now.
"They're very keen to maintain the momentum they showed in the second half against Hull when we came home strong, and they can't wait to get cracking again.
"We're playing another quick side on Friday in Saints and the Hull game should be the ideal preparation for the game.
"Our confidence is still good, despite losing to Hull, and there's no reason why we shouldn't be looking forward to Friday."