GIANTS coach Jon Sharp is ready to field an unchanged side for Sunday's Galpharm clash against Warrington (3.00).
The final 17 for the first home engage Super League fixture of the season will be confirmed after tomorrow's final training session.
But fired-up Sharp is aiming to keep changes to a minimum as his side looks to build on the encouraging performance at Leeds Rhinos when the Giants were edged out 20-12.
That means five players are poised to make their home Super League debuts, with Martin Aspinwall, Robbie Paul, Steve Snitch, Albert Torrens and Stephen Wild all looking to build on their highly promising starts to their Giants careers.
Yet Sharp believes all 17 will be looking for big displays as the Giants bid to get the better of one of their major rivals for a top six play-off spot.
"Everyone is excited about getting back to the Galpharm and putting in a big game," said Sharp, who had Stuart Donlan as 18th man last weekend.
"You can sense that in the way the players have trained all week.
"Even though we have been praised for our performance at Leeds, we were all disappointed not to have come away with the win. Sunday is the chance to put everything right."