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Coach Garth Brennan has held his final press conference ahead of the Knights clash and below are five talking points ahead of the match.


“Really excited, hopefully a big crowd with a 2pm game. Off the back of a win last weekend it’s how we turn up tomorrow.

“It’s a Sunday afternoon game and everyone has Monday off so no need to rush home. It’s important the fans get out and support the Titans. Last weekend when the boys started getting n top of the Panthers the crowd made a lot of noise and lifted them. I know the boys get a kick out of looking up and seeing bums on seats in the crowd.”


“It’s important we back up what we did last weekend. It’s important that we can go out there and be a ruthless football team and not be satisfied with one win. We need to string some wins together to keep up with the top eight.”


“He’s fine. If he gets through training today I’d say he’ll be fine for tomorrow. It was just a case of some bad knee bruising and a serious cork so he’s got some mobility there now.

“The fact he trained the other day is a good sign and I’m anticipating he’ll be ready to play.


“We’ll get Boyd back and he’ll play. Obviously Moe Fotuaika is back from suspension so we get some grunt back up front. Hopefully Ash can get through 80 minutes and help Tyrone steer this team around.”


“We’re conceding too may tries and that puts too much pressure on your attack. If we’re more solid in defence, it takes some pressure off us to score points.”


“Definitely their pack up front. When you look at Glasby, Klemmer and Gavet they’ve got some intimidation, they’ve got some size and they’ve got some punch. We’ve got to be ready for it.”


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.