GIANTS coach Jon Sharp has not ruled out making changes in the wake of Friday's 36-20 engage Super League XI defeat at Wigan.
The busy Galpharm chief spent the weekend looking to rediscover a winning solution as his side prepares for Saturday's Sky TV clash at Wakefield Trinity Wildcats.
A dismal start to the game at Wigan, when the Giants found themselves 30-0 down after 32 minutes, was obviously the key to the defeat at the JJB Stadium.
And besides searching for reasons as to why the team were so sluggish early on, Sharp will look at whether a change in player personnel could get the Giants back on the winning track against a Wakefield side boosted by their excellent 26-6 triumph over Harlequins on Saturday.
"After the end of every game - win, lose or draw - we review it very closely and look for ways in which we can improve,'" said Sharp, who was hoping to have all those players in action at Wigan available once again.
"Obviously, this latest match was no different, although given the nature of our first-half performance there are a number of issues that need to be addressed.
"Decisions will obviously be made as the week progresses."
Meanwhile, Giants captain Chris Thorman has admitted he felt bitterly disappointed for those fans who made the trip over to Wigan on Friday night to see their team produce that dreadful first-half horror show.
Thorman and his Giants have been delighted with the level of support the Giants have been receiving at the start of Super League XI (see Page 38), and are hoping their usual strong support at Wakefield on Saturday will make a big difference.