The Gold Coast Titans will wait for scans to determine how long the team will be without star players Jai Arrow and Dale Copley, with the two unable to finish the match against Cronulla with injury.
Titans Head of Performance Dan Ferris says that the team will know more about the playing fate of Arrow and Copley in the next 24-hours.
“Jai sustained a suspected shoulder (AC joint) injury,” Ferris said.
“He will have scans today to review sustained damage.
“Dale suffered a pectoralis major strain.
“Dale will have scans to assess the severity and meet with club doctors and surgeon to discuss treatment options.”
The injury is a bitter blow for Copley, who had not only hit form on field but says he was building a good right-side defensive combination with those around him.
Keegan Hipgrave had a HIA during the second half, but has pulled up well and will be monitored in line with NRL protocols this week but is expected to be right to play against Canberra.
The rest of the squad selected against the Sharks avoided any injury concerns and will be available for selection against the Raiders.