Leeds second rower Brett Delaney is expecting "fireworks" when the reigning champions clash with title favourites Wigan in tonight's Super League play-off semi-final at the DW Stadium.
The Rhinos were chosen as the Warriors' opponents after surviving two sudden-death ties, but Delaney insists can produce an upset, despite losing record tryscorer Danny McGuire through suspension.
"We're disappointed not having Mags there," he said. "He is obviously a big part of our team and it would be great for us to win it and get another crack at a Grand Final with him. We're a tight-knit group and we're all heading in one direction."
Leeds overcame the absence of another of their key players, prop forward Kylie Leuluai, to see off the threat of Catalan Dragons in Perpignan last Friday and Delaney believes that win has put them in the right mood to take on the league leaders and 2010 champions.
"It's a big task going to Wigan but we went to Catalan and did the job," he said. "Hopefully we can build on that and bring it with us on Friday night.