SAINTS will travel over to Huddersfield tonight (Thursday) looking to preserve the only 100 per cent record remaining in Super League.

They will welcome back skipper James Roby, who missed the London game with a niggle.

It is a top v bottom encounter at the John Smith’s Stadium and after losing their opening four , Giants finally got a win at Wigan last week.

Giants have plenty of threat and contain two real strike weapons on their wings in Jermaine McGilvary and former NRL flankman Akuila Uate.

Coach Justin Holbrook said: “Huddersfield have strong outside backs and forwards who carry the ball hard.

“They will be a tough opposition, but we are playing well and want to continue it.”

Hooker Kruise Leeming was key to the Giants win at Wigan last week, and Holbrook is aware of what he offers.

“He is a very dangerous player out of dummy half and reminds me of Daryl Clark.

“He is really elusive and a touch footy type player getting out of nine, a real jack in the box."

There are a couple of former Saints Grand Finalists in the Giants ranks - Jordan Turner and Lee Gaskell.

Saints: 1. Lomax, 2. Makinson, 3. Naiqama, 4. Percival, 5. Grace, 6. Fages, 8. Walmsley, 9. Roby, 10. Thompson, 11. Taia, 12. Paulo, 13. McCarthy-Scarsbrook, 15. Knowles, 16.Amor, 17. Peyroux, 19. Lees, 20. Ashworth, 21. Smith, 23. Coote.

Giants: 1. McIntosh, 2. McGillvary, 4. Turner, 5. Uate, 6. Gaskell, 7. Frawley, 9. Leeming, 10. Matagi, 12. Mellor, 13. Lawrence, 15. Roberts, 17. Ta’ai, 19. English, 20. Wardle, 25. Roche, 26. Ikahihifo, 29. Hewitt, 32. Senior, 35. Wardle.