Hill: Down to the last Four
With the play-off semi final set to kick-off in 24 hours time WolvesTV caught up with prop Chris Hill who's retained his spot following last year's debut season. He has kicked on in 2013 and would like nothing more than to end the season on a high.
"We're coming in off the back of a great win over Leeds, a few days off - nice and relaxed - and then we've been in over the weekend and back to it again this week all ready for Thursday."
This will be the last home game in primrose and blue for a number of players so there is an added incentive to secure a win tomorrow night. But Chris explains that the main focus will be on the game ahead of them.
"We can't focus on that (leavers) too much because we need to get the job done first and then hopefully we can send them off with a great night at Old Trafford."
The Wolves opted to take on the Giants in this Qualifying Semi Final. The sides have previously met three times this season with the Wolves securing the win on every occasion but past results will play no part tomorrow night.
"I don't think form comes into it. We had a win in the first week and they lost but I think it really matters as it's all on the day, the 80 minutes; there's no comeback after that."
And on tomorrow's League Leading opposition.
"I think a lot of people wrote them off at the beginning of the year for not being consistent enough but I think that's what they have shown this year. They deserved the League Leaders shield and they'll come here fancying themselves. They've got threats all over the park and that's what we'll need to be careful of."
The semi finals will be contested between league finishers one to four and as the regular season has proven any team can beat any other on their day.
"It's the best four teams overall in the semis and then hopefully a great Grand Final. That's the way they reckon it should pan out, but there's also the beauty of the play-off rugby; Leeds have done it a couple of times from fifth - gone on to win it - not just getting to the last four."
Tonight is your last chance to buy match tickets at the reduced pre-match prices and also take advantage of the £5 junior offer. Buy from WolfWare Online before midnight tonight and collect from the stadium tomorrow.
Standard match-day prices will be in operation for all on game day tomorrow.
WolfWare will be open from 9am to 8pm.
Ticket office windows for collection (1-2) and purchasing (3-6) will open at 5pm with turnstiles opening at 6.30pm. Cash turnstiles on South and West.
25, Sep, 2013