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In-form Titans back-rower Zeb Taia tomorrow faces the team he debuted with a decade ago.He spoke to the Darwin media about the clash.

And he is not getting carried away with the breathtaking victory against Souths in Perth, revealing the obvious - the Titans' defence - particularly on his right edge - had to improve.

"We leaked 28 points in the second half against Souths which is pretty disappointing," Taia said.

"Ït's good to get the win in the end, we scrambled hard and the effort was definitely there.

"There are two many misses and we need to get our bodes in front [better]. The last couple of games we have struggled in the second half.

Zeb revealed he has enjoyed his leadership role this season with a young side.

He played six NRL games for the Eels before moving to Newcastle where he played 101 games then had a three-season stint with Catalans Dragons.

"Obviously being in the Suoer League for the past three seasons I helped the young French kids out as much as I could and have enjoyed doing the same back here.

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