Huddersfield v London Broncos preview.
No complacency from Brown
Huddersfield coach Nathan Brown insists his side will not under-estimate London Broncos when they face them in the Carnegie Challenge Cup quarter-finals on Sunday.
The capital side have not beaten a Super League team away from home for more than 12 months but Brown remains wary ahead of their visit to the Galpharm.
"The Broncos have some good players," he said. "They have had some good results at home and they did really well against Bradford Bulls last weekend.
"They were probably a little unfortunate. They showed in the first 20 minutes how good they are."
Second-rower Lee Gilmour is set to make his 450th career appearance after missing the trip to Catalan to attend the birth of his second child, while winger Jermaine McGillvary makes his 50th appearance for the club.
The Broncos are boosted by the return of England international Tony Clubb, who has missed the last two matches with a groin injury, and long-serving prop Karl Temata, who has overcome a back spasm.
Coach Rob Powell said: "We'll go into the game as the underdogs but on our day we know we have the ability to beat any Super League team in the competition.
"The chance of a Challenge Cup semi-final should be enough motivation to get us up for it."