GIANTS marketing chief James Brammer is urging the fans to come out in force for what could be the Giants’ final home game of the season.
Huddersfield entertain Wigan Warriors in their last fixture in the regular Super League season on Sunday (3.00).
And if coach Nathan Brown’s men win their play-off game at either Leeds or St Helens the following weekend, they face another away test in what would be the Super League Grand Final semi-final a fortnight later.
“Because of the way the play-offs work, we’re treating the game this weekend as if it’s our last of the season,” said Brammer.
“If we lose our opening play-off game, we will be at home in the play-offs the following week, but if we’re successful in week one we know our elimination play-off will be away.
“So there’s obviously a chance that Sunday’s game could be the last time the fans will get to see this squad playing at home.
“It would also be the last chance for the fans to see Paul Jackson, Liam Fulton and Scott Moore in Giants shirts at the Galpharm.
“That in itself makes the occasion special, but it’s also our first game since the Challenge Cup final and I know how much the players are looking forward to getting back ‘home’.
“So, hopefully, the fans will be there in force for what promises to be a great occasion.”