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Titans Coach Justin Holbrook says he'll have some tough decisions to make ahead of round one, with the depth in the squad meaning that there are positions still up for grabs.

The Gold Coast side will start the season against the Warriors, before a blockbuster round two game against the Brisbane Broncos at Cbus Super Stadium.

Who will be in that gameday 17 is still unknown, with players pushing each other for selection.

"I'm still not entirely sure on a couple of bench spots to be honest," Holbrook said.

"That's due to the number of quality players we've got here this season and I'm still unsure of that.

Corey Thompson, Phil Sami and Anthony Don are fighting for two wing positions and Holbrook says this is one position up for grabs.

"They're terrific players and bring great qualities to our side.

"There are a few key guys that will battle for spots and that's probably one of them."

While agreeing that the starting side that played the Warriors in Lismore's pre-season trial game will be close to the one that will take the field in round one, Holbrook says there's still some tough decisions to be made.

"Everyone wants to play round one," he said.

"You've got 30 players who want to be in the 17 and that can't happen, so we've got some big decisions to make in the next week.

There's probably six or seven guys trying to get two or three spots.

"It's the hardest part of the job but it's a great position to be in.

"I'd much rather that and have hard conversations with players rather than be looking around for people to play."

One player who will definitely be there is AJ Brimson, with the fullback having successfully played 20 minutes in his return from injury last weekend.

"He's got no issue," Holbrook said.

"He showed last year after being out for a long time, he came straight in and played 80 minutes."

The Titans will open their season with an away trip to play the Warriors, before a returning to Cbus Super Stadium in round two for a blockbuster against Brisbane.