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Titans centre Brian Kelly remains a chance of playing against the Sea Eagles this weekend, with the former Manly player hoping to return from an ankle injury.

Titans Head of Performance Dan Ferris says Kelly will be given right up until game-day to prove his fitness.

"He's trained really well and his change of direction was promising," Ferris said.

"He will be touch and go for this week but we will give him every chance to prove himself so he can play."

Beau Fermor won't be making the trip to Sydney, with the backrower ruled out with a hamstring injury sustained in last week's win over Brisbane.

"Just before half time Jamal Fogarty put a kick through and Beau Fermor chased but unfortunately on his deceleration he did a low grade hamstring strain," Ferris said.

"He's pulled up really well but he will miss this week and we will assess him next week.

"If he can pass all of his return to play (criteria) then he will be a chance next week."

Kevin Proctor will return from suspension for the Round 19 clash, and Ferris says he has been training hard to ensure he is ready to go.

"Kevvy's been doing six and a half days of training a week and three to four sessions a day, so he is fresh and ready to go."

Prop Jaimin Jolliffe has had tightrope surgery on his ankle and while the injury will rule him out for the remainder of 2020, Ferris has confirmed that the 23-year-old will be ready to start the off-season.