COACH Jon Sharp is ready to name an unchanged 20-man squad as the Giants look to spoil a big Bradford Bulls party at Odsal on Sunday (3.00).
The Bulls have confirmed that new short-term signing Adrian Morley will make his eagerly-awaited debut in this weekend's Super League clash.
The arrival of the Great Britain prop from top Australian side Sydney City Roosters has added extra spice to the fixture.
But with Giants back-rower Paul Smith expected to recover from a hamstring injury which forced him to miss his first game of the season at London last Saturday, Sharp feels his side will be in good shape for this toughest of tests.
"There's obviously a lot of hype surrounding the arrival of Adrian," said Sharp, who has worked with Morley as part of the Great Britain Tri-Nations set-up.
"We know Adrian's presence will give the Bulls a big lift, and at a time when they are playing very well.
"But this Sunday is all about us.
"If we win this game, we know we could still make the play-offs with victory at home to Wigan on the final day of the regular season a week later.
"That's a massive incentive, so I expect us to go to Odsal and give it our very best shot."
Smith will undergo a fitness test on Saturday, but all the signs are he will make a return.
There could also be a re-call for winger Lee Greenwood, who missed out last week to make way for the returning Paul Reilly and the in-form Marcus St Hilaire and Hefin O'Hare.
THERE are still a limited number of places available on the Flyers' coaches for the Giants' trip to Bradford Bulls on Sunday.
Coaches will leave the St Patrick's Centre at 1.30pm, with tickets - priced at £6 - available from Tony Iredale Travel.