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Head Coach Garth Brennan will give his State of Origin representatives as much time as they need to make a call on their availability for Friday's fixture against the South Sydney Rabbitohs.

Both Jai Arrow and Jarrod Wallace will tonight represent Queensland with the Coach hopeful they get through unscathed and ready to back-up at Cbus Super Stadium on Friday night.

Traditionally, the elite players have done everything in their power to turn out for their club side after an Origin match but Brennan will make up his own mind if they are fit to play.

"If Jai and Jarrod are ok and they know their bodies better than anyone, then they can play," Brennan said.

"A lot of players pride themselves on backing up after an Origin game and they say if you back up in the shorter period that it's usually pretty good.

"We've got the shortest turnaround of the lot so if they can get through and play on Friday, I'll look to freshen them up at the start of next week."

Arrow has put his body through a tonne of work to start 2018 and Brennan will need to consult the Burleigh junior as to whether he'll be able to get through a second game in three days.

"It'll depend on his minutes and workload. At the end of the day I'll make the final call and if I feel like they've played longer minutes and sense anything when I catch up with them, I'll make a call.

"With everyone fit and healthy we've got some depth but ideally you'd like two of your better players to play."

With the match played this evening and the side to have its Captain's Run tomorrow, Brennan will prepare his side as if the representative players were not going to play.

"We'll prepare as if they're not going to play and have run with Jack Stockwell up front and Max king at lock so we'll see how we go."

Acknowledgement of Country

Gold Coast Titans proudly acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we are situated, the Kombumerri families of the Yugambeh Language Region. We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging, and recognise their continuing connections to the lands, waters and their extended communities throughout South East Queensland.