Harlequins Rugby League have a chance for swift revenge thanks to the Challenge Cup fifth round draw.
Quins drew Leeds Rhinos at home, the team who brought their superb four-match winning streak at the the start of the season to an end with a 48-0 hammering at Headingley last month.
The tie will be played on either May 10 or 11, before which Brian McDermott's are on the road for two weeks in the Super League.
They visit Wakefield Trinity Wildcats on Saturday for an evening kick-off (6pm), before taking on Catalans Dragons the following Sunday at the Super League's second annual Millennium Magic weekend, where all games will be played in Cardiff.
Quins reached the fifth round of the cup with a stunning second-half display at home to Castleford Tigers on Saturday.
They recovered from a 14-0 half-time deficit to win 44-14, thanks to tries from Tony Clubb, David Howell, Danny Orr, Chad Randall, Danny Ward, Michael Worrincy and Gareth Haggerty.
Rob Purdham kicked seven goals while Henry Paul chipped in with one too.
Meanwhile, Quins full-back Mark McLinden will be out for at least three months after undergoing double surgery.
The 28-year-old Aussie, who has been out since last month with an achilles tendon injury, went under the knife for an unrelated abdomen illness before being re-admitted a few days later for further surgery due to infection.
Boss Brian McDermott said: "This is a big blow for Mark. He is one of our main strike players and we are really missing not having him.
"All our thoughts are with him as something serious like this can be quite concerning."