Warrington's Mike Cooper believes Sunday's meeting with champions Leeds has the potential to be the best match of the Super League season so far.
The Wolves met the Rhinos in both domestic finals in 2012.
"Sunday night will probably be one of the best games, if not the best, of the season so far," forward Cooper, 24, told
BBC Radio Merseyside.
"The two teams from the Grand Final last year will be going at it again and we're really looking forward to it."
Warrington won the Challenge Cup in August
at the expense of Leeds, who gained revenge for their Wembley defeat by
claiming a fifth Super League crown in six years
just over a month later.
Warrington v Leeds in 2012
9 March: Leeds 26-18 Warrington
Leeds end Warrington's unbeaten start to the Super League season, a late try from hooker Liam Hood sealing victory for the Rhinos
8 June: Warrington 37-18 Leeds
Warrington score five tries in the opening 30 minutes as an off-colour Leeds continue to struggle in Super League
25 August: Leeds 18-35 Warrington
Warrington clinch a third Challenge Cup in four seasons at Wembley and ensure Leeds's 13-year wait to lift the famous trophy continues
6 October: Warrington 18-26 Leeds
Leeds win a fifth Super League title in six seasons, edging a close contest at Old Trafford with late tries from Carl Ablett and Ryan Hall
Wolves coach Tony Smith said the memory of losing at Old Trafford - having led the Grand Final early in the second half - is still fresh, but he will not personally use that as motivation when the two teams meet at Headingley at the weekend.
"We would have liked to have performed a bit better on the night, but nothing that we do on Sunday can change what happened in the Grand Final last year," said the Australian.
"As a coach, I don't use those sort of occasions as motivation for the next game, but some players will. Some players will look back at it and use it as their motivation, but I don't dwell on what's happened in the past.
"Hopefully we can perform to the levels we set for ourselves, and if we do that, we know we'll be OK."
Third-placed Warrington are two points and four places above Leeds, although Brian McDermott's side have two games in hand on the teams around them in the table.
Cooper added: "There's always a lot of talk about players like Ryan Hall, Danny McGuire, Rob Burrow and Kallum Watkins, but I think the [Leeds] pack has shone through in the last couple of weeks.
"They've been led by Jamie Peacock again and I think he's had a really bright start to the year. Brett Delaney has been in great form too.
"There's been some quality efforts in the forwards and it's going to be a battle for us. I think it will come down to whoever wins in the forwards will go on to win the game."
But Leeds must do without prop Ryan Bailey, who has been
banned for four matches
after being found guilty of two offences in Monday's win at Catalan Dragons.