Wane eyes Giants scalp
Wigan Warriors coach Shaun Wane expects a stern test when his side travel to Huddersfield on Friday.
The Giants secured a 20-16 victory at Wigan in the first round of the season, but the Warriors have been in fine form of late and saw off St Helens in the Challenge Cup last weekend. The two sides are locked on 20 points at the top of the Super League table and Wane is eager to seal the win to put some space between his side and the Giants, but he admits the Warriors will have to be at their best to get a result at the Galpharm Stadium. "(Giants coach) Nathan Brown is a quality coach and this is going to be a good test. I'm looking forward to it," Wane told Sky Sports. "It's a good test for our players in terms of how we concentrate, how we defend because it's a different thing they're going to throw at us than what St Helens do. If we win this game then we will have done really well. "We need to defend and we need to concentrate. Super League is really competitive at the minute so I'm desperate to win because that will put us two points in front. While people say it doesn't matter, that it's all about the Grand Final, to me it does. I want to win that Super League and every game we go into we're going to try to win it."