THE Giants' home Super League clash with Warrington Wolves has been brought forward to Friday, August 12 for live Sky Sports coverage.
The shifting of the match, which will kick-off at 8.00, from the following Sunday afternoon, means Huddersfield will have two days less than Warrington to prepare.
That's because the fourth-placed Wolves' next outing, at home to St Helens, is on Friday week, August 5, and also on Sky.
The eighth-placed Giants head to resurgent Wakefield Trinity Wildcats, where they must win to keep their top-six play-off hopes alive, on Sunday week (this weekend is blank because of the Powergen Challenge Cup semi-finals).
While Sharp will now have to adapt his build-up, he's more than happy for his side to perform in front of the television cameras again.
"Being handed national exposure like this showcases the quality of our players and our stadium, and can only help raise the profile of the Giants,"said Sharp.
"We've been featured quite a few times this season, and I think we've provided plenty of entertainment.
"Our previous two meetings with Warrington this season have both been tight and tense affairs.
"We lost 14-8 over there in March, when we had two tries disallowed and failed to make the most of a lot of possession.
"Then they beat us 24-22 here in June, when Lee Briers suffered an injury then came back on for the final stages to show his class by swinging the game their way.
"They were both games we could and should have won, and we'll be going all out to underline that point on August 12.
"We might be four points behind London (who occupy the sixth and final play-off spot). but there are still 12 to go for and a lot can happen."