Anderson seeking revenge against Salford on Friday

Huddersfield Giants coach Paul Anderson has insisted that his side owe Salford one when they lock horns this coming Friday.

The Giants slipped up on Easter Monday against the Red Devils, in a game that was marred by a serious injury for Huddersfield forward Brett Ferres.

Ferres is out for three months after being hit by a tackle from Rangi Chase that saw him suspended for seven matches.

Chase is still unavailable due to that ban, but Anderson has insisted it’s up to his side to ensure they’re “good physically” at the AJ Bell Stadium.

“We owe them one – it’s as simple as that,” Anderson said. “I’ve still got an international forward not playing because of some of the cheap shots they did that night.

“My opinion over the incident hasn’t changed between then and now and we’ve got to make sure we’re good physically.”