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Titans Coach Justin Holbrook says he wants his side to keep playing well and keep winning games as they gear up for the last four games of the season.

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After a strong win against the Dragons last week. Holbrook says the goal is to make it two-straight when the Titans take on the Bulldogs tomorrow.

“We’d love to get on a roll and keep winning games and we’ve got a good opportunity to play well and do that tomorrow over the Bulldogs,” Holbrook said.

Despite sitting at the bottom of the table, Holbrook expects a tough challenge from the Canterbury side.

“I know where they sit, but they are a good side and they compete hard for 80 minutes,” Holbrook said.

“They are a desperate side that want to win a game of footy, so we have to play really well.

“Kieran Foran is a fantastic player and his edge is really dangerous, Will Hopoate at the back is playing really well and they’ve got a good forward pack so they’re a good side that haven’t had a great season but they’re capable.”

After recovering from a shoulder complaint, Jai Arrow is a good chance of making his return in the game at ANZ stadium, while Anthony Don could also find his way back into the starting side.

“He’s (Arrow) a really good chance of coming into the side tomorrow which is great news for us,” Holbrook said.

“I’ll probably just bring him off the bench.

“We could have given him another week off, but he is keen to play and that’s a great trait to the character of the bloke that he is desperate to play for the Club again.

“He (Don) is also a good chance, he has been close last week, and he has had a really good week this week so I’m likely to put him in.”