Brown warns against complacency
Huddersfield coach Nathan Brown believes his side will have to be at their best to get past the London Broncos in the Challenge Cup.
The Giants are second in the Super League table, level on points with leaders Wigan, and boast the meanest defence in the division.
In contrast, the Broncos are level on points with rock-bottom Widnes and have struggled throughout the season, with just two wins to date.
However, Brown insists a place in the semi-finals is not guaranteed for his side and believes the Giants will need to be at their best to reach the last-four.
He told the club's official website: "We need to continue what we do, and we need to do it well.
"The Broncos have some good players, they have had some good results at home whether that is if they have got a result or nearly got a result.
"They did really well against Bradford Bulls last weekend and they were probably a little unfortunate, they showed in the first twenty minutes how good they were."