Brown warns of Bulls repeat
Huddersfield coach Nathan Brown has put his table-toppers on alert as he seeks to avoid a repeat of last year's shock defeat at Bradford.
The Bulls made a mockery of their lowly position last July when they pulled off a stunning 36-0 victory over the high-flying Giants and they go into Sunday's Super League on an impressive run of four wins from their last six matches.
"We are a very different team from the last time we went to Bradford," said Brown. "They're playing really well and I reckon they've got one of the better forward packs in the competition.
"They've always got three really big blokes through the middle along with some quicker, more agile blokes on the edge of their back row.
"That part of the game is going to be tough. It's a tough fixture for us and probably one of the toughest we've come up against this year."
Bradford have produced their best form of the season in spite of the club's off-field worries as they battle for financial salvation and assistant coach Lee St Hilaire, a former Huddersfield player, admits the team are on a roll.
"We have built some great momentum," he said. "To get four points from the Easter fixtures was tremendous for us.
"We are using the old cliche 'let's take one game at a time' and just keep on building the momentum we have created over the past few weeks and keep the confidence high. Every week is a different challenge for us."