FIRED-UP Giants coach Jon Sharp believes his players are determined to get the weekend defeat by Leeds out of their system by turning on the Super League style against Widnes at the Galpharm tomorrow night (8.00).
The Huddersfield chief admits his players are all smarting over the manner of the 54-10 reverse to the world champions.
But he feels this week's quick turnaround with the Giants playing on Sunday and then returning to action tomorrow gives his players the ideal chance to get everything back on track.
"Sometimes you're grateful for a quick turnaround, and sometimes you're not," said Sharp, whose only absentees are prop Jim Gannon (hamstring) and centre Michael De Vere (knee).
"On this occasion, we're very grateful we're getting back on to the field quickly.
"We were left with a bad taste in the mouth over the way we performed against Leeds and hopefully that will be removed against Widnes tomorrow night.
"It's not going to be easy, because Widnes are much-improved from last year, but we're determined to do well."