The game is scheduled to take place at Headingley over the weekend of May 16 – 17.
Hall is currently sidelined with an arm injury, but is hoping that he will be recovered in time to face the Giants.
“Hopefully I can be in contention,” he said.
“The Huddersfield game is within my recovery time, but nothing is set in stone and we will see how the bone is once I get the cast off.
That game certainly gives me a target to work towards because I really enjoy playing in the Challenge Cup and all the boys want to do the best we can.”
Hall’s place on the wing has been taken by youngster Ash Handley, a player whose performances so far indicate that he has plenty of talent.
“I am very proud of Ash Handley and how he has been going,” Hall added.
“There was a lot of talk on social media at the weekend that I won’t get my spot back in the team.
“In one sense we are going head to head for one of the wing spots however I am really pleased for him.
“Having the young kids coming through is what makes the Rhinos the club we are and Ash and I have similar backgrounds and both played amateur played at Oulton Raiders.
“The way he played against Saints was brilliant and great to watch.”