The Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs and Des Hasler part ways, effectively immediately.
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They have just one win apiece from their first four games but have both have come through a daunting fixture list.
The Vikings have played each of the traditional big four while the Giants have met three of them and both will see this game as a must-win.
?At this stage of the season, you can?t prioritise,? insisted Huddersfield coach Jon Sharp. ?You can win and jump up five places but we?re not spending much time looking at the ladder.
?The mood is very buoyant. We?re a positive group of people. We were disappointed with the performance against Leeds but we?ve put a line under that and moved on.
?It?s a quick turn-around so it?s a chance to remove the bad taste in the mouth. Attacking wise we are looking good, we?re just a bit rusty in defence.?
Huddersfield v Widnes, Friday 11th March, Galpharm Stadium
Huddersfield 18-man squad: Reilly, O?Hare, Evans, Thorman, March, Slicker, Drew, Crabtree, Gene, Jones, Penkywicz, Morrison, Smith, Grayshon, White, Jackson, St Hilaire, Nero.
Widnes 18-man squad: Connolly, Moule, Emelio, Craigie, O?Connor, O?Neill, Cassidy, Stankevitch, Finnigan, Hulse, Whitaker, Frame, Mills, Fa-alogo, Rowlands, Smith, Whittle, Holmes.
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