CONFIDENT Giants coach Jon Sharp is hoping to name a full-strength side to take on the might of holders St Helens in Sunday's Powergen Challenge Cup fourth-round clash at the Galpharm (3.00).

Early indications suggest all those who played in Easter Monday's 26-12 home triumph over Salford emerged from the contest injury-free.

Also waiting in the wings are forward Stuart Jones and utility back Stuart Donlan, who were not risked against the City Reds after struggling with slight knee and groin injuries respectively.

Whether they will force their way back into contention remains to be seen, particularly as Paul White, Sean Penkywicz and Iain Morrison also missed out on Monday.

And Sharp knows he is facing a massive selection headache this weekend.

"After the punishing Easter schedule, the boys don't have to report back for training until tomorrow," said Sharp, who pointed out that they trained on Easter Saturday and Sunday.

"Rest is vital right now, and I'm very hopeful everyone will return and be fit to play."

* Australian Test star Michael De Vere will meet the fans at the Sporting Pride shop on Cloth Hall Street tomorrow (4-5pm).

Also tomorrow, Giants captain Ben Roarty will be among the guests at the Squadbuilder Rugby League Fan's Forum at Golcar British Legion Club (8pm).

He is joined on the panel for the question and answer session by top referee Ian Smith - the match official for Sunday's Cup tie against St Helens - referees commissioner Iain McGregor, former Fartown Great Britain international winger Ken Senior and League Weekly editor Danny Lockwood.

Tickets are priced at £3, which includes a raffle, and it's pay on the day.