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Titans Coach Justin Holbrook expects his side to line up as named tomorrow night in the Macca's Local Derby against the Broncos, saying his side will need no added motivation for the rivalry game.

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"It's our biggest game of the year against our biggest rivals," Holbrook said.

"We want to win for ourselves, our area and our fans, so that is motivation enough."

There is just one side to the 17 who played in round one, with Queensland Origin player Phil Sami returning to the starting side to replace the injured Brian Kelly.

"He is a great player Phil and we always knew that," Holbrook said.

"It was just the makeup of our side last week and Corey Thompson was too hard to leave out, but he (Sami) gets a chance with BK (Brian Kelly) being out injured now.

"He'll do a great job for us.

"He's fast and dangerous, so we've got a great guy coming in there."

After a disrupted lead in to round one, Holbrook expects David Fifita to have a big game against his old side.

"He's had a normal week which is great for us and our team.

"I left him out there longer than I had planned, but when you are down 12-0 he is someone that can change it.

"If we were up 12-0 he probably would have come off after 50 minutes so I left him out there a bit long."

With rugby league immortal Mal Meninga watching the final preparations, Holbrook suggested there might be a late switch to his side on gameday.

"I might throw him (Meninga) in the centres," Holbrook laughed.

"It's good to see the big fella up here.

"He's someone that is always available for us in any capacity which is terrific."

The Macca's Local Derby will be the first game in front of the Titans Legion at Cbus Super Stadium for 2021, with tickets still available for the clash.