Huddersfield assistant coach Paul Anderson says the timely return of several first teamers will help the Giants through the tough Easter period.
The Giants are yet to enjoy a full squad of players this season due to injuries, but welcomed back back-rower Luke O'Donnell against Leeds last Friday.
"We have had twenty-eight guys train this week all of which are capable of playing Super League for the Huddersfield Giants. We will be entering the Easter period fully focussed getting the points in each individual game. We will pick a team that we feel can do a job against Salford then we will come in on Saturday, reassess, and pick the best team to face Hull FC on Easter Monday, following that we will then pick the team to face Hull in the Challenge Cup on the Sunday.
"We have three games in a short space of time all of which are as important as each other; the focus has to be on one game at a time and continuing our form."
But the main talking point at the Galpharm Stadium this week has been the news that current head coach Nathan Brown will move to St Helens for the 2013 season.
Manchester Rangers have emerged over the last year or two as new contenders in the world of community rugby league.
Wakefield Trinity coach Christ Chester is enjoying his coaching once again, after his previous job at Hull KR put pressure on him personally.
Leigh Centurions have entered a dual registration partnership agreement with Sheffield Eagles for the 2017 season.
Salford forward Josh Jones could be out for the next six weeks after breaking his hand in the friendly win over Rochdale.
Sheffield Eagles have added centre Perry Whiteley to next season’s squad after agreeing a one-year deal.