Huddersfield Giants centre Leroy Cudjoe will make his return for the club this weekend, as they look to continue their surge up the table by defeating London Broncos.
Seven wins in the last eight games have catapulted the Giants into a strong position in the table, and the top four is in sight for the team who finished top of Super League last season. A win against London would only further strengthen their claims for a top four finish, and Cudjoe – who missed the Giants’ last fixture as well as England’s mid-season training camp – will return this Saturday.
“Leroy’s trained well and is clearly over what was a nasty virus,” said head coach Paul Anderson.
“And he will be part of our strongest available squad. One of the reasons for that is the fact we haven’t got the biggest squad in the world, but at this stage of the year we’re also thinking about maintaining our momentum.
“That can’t be achieved by rotating the squad and making lots of changes.”